Stellar ability: which celebrities is currently considering leading for part?


Julia Louis-Dreyfus rebuffed a plea by Democrat to modulation from TV legislator to real life one here are the stars who should really think about a political move

There is a horrible possibility that, given the current state of the world, all future US elections will be acquired by whichever candidate is most famous. Scarlett Johansson knows this, which is why she is actively not ruling out a possible career swivel to politics. And the Democrat seem to know this too, because why else would they have asked Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus to run for role?

But, watch, we need some really big guns in this climate, and neither Johansson or Louis-Dreyfus are big enough to save us. Instead, here are the fames who really should be running for government.


George Clooney

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George Clooney is a natural choice for chairman. Hes thoughtful, photogenic, active and impervious to political screening on the basis that nothing in their own lives can possibly be as humiliating as Batman and Robin. Clooney has spent years razzing the world about a potential run for place his Wikipedia page even has a photograph of him conscientiously caressing his fingers above the caption Clooney discusses Sudan with President Barack Obama at the White House in October 2010 for announcing out loud but maybe now is the time for him to take that leap.

Elizabeth Banks

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Elizabeth Banks is a natural campaigner. Remember in the recent elections, when she rounded up famous friends like Jane Fonda and two people from Modern Family to record an a cappella version of Fight Song for Hillary Clinton? True, that video did nothing to improve Hillarys risks in fact, it was such an out-of-touch spectacle of radical Hollywood smuggery that theres quite a strong possibility it actually helped her forget but suppose what sort of all-star a cappella line-up shed be able to scare up if “its been” her leading for power instead.

Tom Hanks

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OK , no messing about here. All Tom Hanks must be free to do is say I want to be president and hell automatically be president. Thats how universally beloved Tom Hanks is. Everyone would vote for him. It would be a landslide. Even if he said I want to be president, and likewise kill puppies with a hammer, youd still vote for him. Even if he said I want to be president, but only if I can suffocate your grandmother with a pillow during my inauguration, youd still vote for him. Hes Tom Hanks, for crying out loud. The serviceman is a treasure.


Mel Gibson

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Here are the facts. The current president get where he is by has become a lecherous prejudiced egomaniac with what seems to be a moderately declared personality disorder. There is obviously an enormous groundswell of support for that various kinds of person, but where can you possibly go after him? The reaction is Mel Gibson. In expressions of reference and notion, he is basically POTUS 45 after being bitten by a radioactive spider. Sexist? Yes. War-obsessed? Yes. Bit iffy about Jewish beings? Oh dear God yes. If Mel Gibson passed, I guarantee that Mel Gibson would win.

Melissa Joan Hart

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