Will Smith competence chuck a gorilla wrench into a presidential campaign.
The star actor told CBS News that Donald Trump’s “crazy” comments suggesting a anathema on all Muslims from entering a U.S. might force him to run for a top bureau in a land.
“If people keep observant all a crazy kinds of things they’ve been observant on a news newly about walls and Muslims, they’re going to force me into a domestic arena,” Smith pronounced in an talk with CBS Sunday Morning.
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Asked what bureau he’d run for, Smith called out a obvious.
Fresh off of a Golden Globes assignment for Best Actor for his purpose in “Concussion,” Smith pronounced he’s still got a lot left to prove.
Smith pronounced he advises his kids to “be as impractical as possible, and afterwards figure out how to make it real.
“The best things that have ever happened, ever, were impractical before they happened. So for me, we consider being a biggest film star in a universe as a idea indeed was too small!”
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