George Clooney Thinks About Family: No Future in Politics

The Hollywood actor has no plans to run for the White House. It would be too big a commitment for him who wants to be with his wife and children.

George Clooney, 60, is one of Hollyowood’s best known and most socially and politically committed actors. However, things could change because he seems to have denied all the rumors that he is in contention for the presidency of the United States. George declares: “I prefer a quiet life, I told Amal that we work too much and we should take a break for the family, it is the right time”.

During an interview with the BBC, you said you want to live these years in the best possible way, he would like to have a happy existence without any rush to the White House. The actor and father of twins, had by his wife Amal Alamuddin, a lawyer with whom he married in 2014 in Venice, has every intention of enjoying his life to the full and who knows maybe even slowing down with work. Right now, in fact, he is busy promoting the film that sees him as director and whose protagonist is long-time friend Ben Affleck.

George is an outspoken supporter of Joe Biden, the current President, who is, however, suffering a setback among his supporters. After a positive start, the approval rate dropped to 48%. According to the actor, this is the result of the policy of his predecessor, Donald Trump. “There are so many things to fix, so many things to heal from and it takes time,” he said.

Clooney added: “I turned 60 this year and had an important conversation with my wife.” In the course of this he said he was determined to seek only happiness, trying to enjoy the best possible state of health. “In 20 years I’ll be 80, and that’s a fact. It doesn’t matter how much you train, what your diet is. You are simply 80 years old. ” In short, it seems that George has no intention of becoming the most powerful man on the planet, but only of spending his life together with his loved ones and in search of well-being.

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The Hollywood actor has no plans to run for the White House. It would be too big a commitment for him who wants to be with his wife and children.

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