George Clooney has ruled out a second career in politics, saying he would rather have a “good life” and seek to reduce his workload
LONDON – George Clooney ruled out a second political career on Sunday, saying he would rather have a “good life” and seek to reduce his workload.
When asked if he intended to run for office, Clooney was quick to dismiss the idea.
“No, because I would really like to have a good life,” said Clooney, who appeared on the show to promote her new movie, “The Tender Bar”.
“I turned 60 this year and I had a conversation with my wife and we were working a lot, like we both do, and I said we have to look at those years as the good years,” he said. he declared. will be 80 and it is a real number. It doesn’t matter how much you train, what you eat, you are 80 years old and so I said we have to make sure we are enjoying and living those years in the best possible way. “
Clooney ignored concerns over Biden’s sagging polls, saying the president is still grappling with Trump’s legacy.
“It’s like taking a battered child and thinking that everything will be fine on their first day in school,” Clooney said. “There’s a lot that needs to be fixed, there’s a lot of healing that needs to happen, and it’s going to take time.”
Trump remains a factor in US politics, Clooney said, adding that he hopes Americans will have “a little more common sense” than sending him back to the White House.
“It’s so funny, because he was just that jerk,” Clooney said. “I knew him before he was president. He was just a guy chasing girls. Every time you went out he would say, “What’s that girl’s name?” That’s all he was.