With Donald Trump, a one-time TV star, now in the White House, the stage is set for others in Hollywood to consider tossing their cap into the political field. The most recent superstar considering making the turn is none other than the most generously compensated performing artist in the business, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Beforehand, The Washington Post ran an opinion piece in which the author proposed the “Baywatch” star may be an especially impressive and fascinating contender for the administration sooner or later.
“I imagine that it’s a genuine probability” the 45-year-old on-screen character as of late revealed to GQ Magazine when gotten some information about the proposal.
The White House may need to genuinely up its home exercise center amusement to oblige the necessities of the previous wrestling star, as he’s presently being vocal about a conceivable move to governmental issues.
It’s not outside the domain of probability. Keep in mind, Trump facilitated “Superstar Apprentice,” Ronald Reagan was a previous Hollywood man turned president and Arnold Schwarzenegger rapidly rose to political discernment as the legislative head of California. The fact of the matter is, it’s occurred some time recently. He wouldn’t be the primary “president Johnson.”