Dwayne Johnson saying that he would consider a presidential run in the future if that’s what the people wanted

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson added new fuel to his supposed designs for a White House bid with a shy tweet on a poll that discovered amazing degrees of help for the thought.

“Not certain our Founding Fathers at any point imagined a six-four, bald, tattooed, half-Black, half-Samoan, tequila drinking, get truck driving, fanny pack wearing person joining their club,” the dearest “Jumanji” entertainer and previous genius grappler tweeted Friday.

“However, in the event that it at any point happens it’d be my honor to serve people,” he added.

A poll of in excess of 30,000 Americans led by Piplsay discovered almost 50% of respondents — 46% — willing to consider the appointment of a future President Rock.

Johnson, 48, has been prodding the possibility of a political vocation since at any rate 2017. In February he skimmed a potential altercation a meeting with media, saying that he would “consider an official spat the future if that is the thing that individuals needed.”

What’s more, in his present TV project, the fake autobiographical “Young Rock,” he shows up in ordinary sections as a future form of himself who’s running for president in 2032.



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