The famous box office actor admitted that he was on the radar of some parties, although he did not mention any of them, as a final candidate for the presidency of the United States.
Johnson, the first guest on the podcast “What Now?”, said. Multi-faceted broadcaster and comedian Trevor Noah said that “some political parties” had contacted him to invite him to run in the presidential elections.
He revealed that he was “really impressed and felt very proud” when, at the end of 2022, he received a visit from parties asking me if I could run for president.
He noted that the 2021 poll indicated supposed voter support if he ran, but reiterated that there are things in politics that he finds annoying.
Johnson, who has participated in a wide range of films and has also won awards for many of them, stated that his current priority is his role as a family man and that politics does not interest him, and that he often finds it annoying.
Luke Hobbs in The Fast and the Furious series, also a former professional wrestler, warned that it was never his goal to be in politics, because “actually, there are a lot of things I hate about politics.”
Johnson’s remarks (California, May 2, 1972) spread like wildfire here in the media, which keeps speculating about the possibility that the actor will finally turn his no into a yes.
Noah’s podcast, on Spotify, will feature different types of guests, some of whom are “far more famous than others,” commented the host, who is interested in talking to scientists, CEOs, politicians and athletes, as long as they are interesting and, perhaps most importantly, interesting. It’s timely.
In the case of The Rock, the expansive interview, available in both video (Spotify only) and audio formats (Spotify and other platforms), also covers everything from the actor’s troubled youth and his ongoing struggles with depression, to the financing of The Rock’s project. Maui fires.
Without a doubt, in the United States, when it comes to politics, anything can really happen. Ronald Reagan and Arnold Schwarzenegger took these paths, although the list is longer.
Reagan served as the 40th President of the United States (1981-1989) and, before entering the White House, was also Governor of California, a position that Schwarzenegger also held for two terms (2003-2011).
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