Dwayne Johnson: I Won't Run For President In 2020

Dwayne Johnson: I Won't Run For President In 2020

Dwayne Johnson: I Won't Run For President In 2020

"I know you're not particularly a political person but people have talked to you about whether you would run for political office yourself because people love a victor, you seem like a victor and you exude great confidence".

The audience erupted in cheers, clearly appreciating an aspiring politician expressing desire to get some kind of experience in public office before trying to lead the entire country. "And, you know, I always feel like a beef requires two people to actually jump in it, and it was really one-sided and he had voiced his opinion a lot on social media".

"I'm not in that one", Johnson revealed. "But at the same time, Stephen, I mean look, I'm not delusional at all". Still, what's done is done and it seems that The Rock is fine with leaving things where they are "To me, there's no need to have a conversation". "So, if that were to happen in 2024, 2028, I would have to go to work and get some experience, you know, and understand policy". But Colbert had a strong suspicion of who it was.

Dwayne Johnson and Tyrese got in a famous social media feud a year ago when it was announced the Rock would be starring in a Fast & Furious spinoff with Jason Statham, Hobbs & Shaw.

After enjoying a shot, Colbert asked the actor to sing a song in Samoan because Johnson played a singing Samoan in the Disney film Moana. And we gotta say, despite The Rock coining "The People's Eyebrow" during his WWE days, Colbert's had a more impressive arch.

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