Hollywood superstar Dwayne Johnson put the speculation in 2020 on the bed, but suggests that a presidential candidate can happen in the future.
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While promoting his new comedy "Fighting With My Family" at the Sundance Film Festival, a fighter for entering politics was again asked, something that floated in the past and even joked about "Saturday Night Live".
However, those who want to see the rock in the White House may need to wait a little longer than 2020.
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"I do not rule out that," said Johnson for IndieWire. "I do not rule out the idea of whether I can make any bigger impact, or potentially surround myself with good people."
Johnson's manager and former wife, Danny Garcia, have said they are fully focused on their production company, "Seven Bucks", and that politics will move them away.
"At this point, we are not in politics, so why use it to experience our audience"? Garcia said.
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It also left the possibility of a potential opening of the campaign at the table. This is who we are. We have a connection with the audience based on the premise, and therefore they chose to have a relationship with us. What is my right to change that premise, so that now suddenly you have a political relationship with me? You have not decided to have a political relationship. Maybe they are doing it now. But it is for respecting why you are dealing with us, "she explained.
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"We remain in our forest," continued Johnson. "I have many friends who are politicians, many former presidents, senators, former senators, you name it, at every level." While I am extremely flattering that a good number of people think that I should run for president, either make a decent president or not I sincerely want to be president, at the end of the day, I have a huge amount of respect for that position. "
Johnson was also based on the current race in 2020, praising Senator Kamala Harris, D-Kalif, who announced his candidacy last week.
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"I saw Kamal Harris speech the other day and I thought it was good," Johnson said. "Just for me, I lack experience, I do not have much work. Of course not now."