The Rock is a former WWE Superstar and he recently spoke about possibly running for president sometime in the future. The Rock is already a very famous Hollywood star and has a huge fan base that will support him during his run as his numbers suggest that.
According to Pipslay, 46% of Americans will support The Rock if he decides to run for President. On Vanity Fair, he spoke about his interest in politics.
The Rock Speaks About Possibly Running For President In The Future
“You know, at the end of the day, I don’t know the first thing about politics,” Rock admitted.
“I don’t know the first thing about policy. I care deeply about our country. I care about every fucking American who bleeds red, and that’s all of them. And—there’s no delusion here—I may have some decent leadership qualities, but that doesn’t necessarily make me a great presidential candidate.
That’s where I am today”. He stated that being the President is all about understanding ‘core values’. “Conversations always swirl when it comes to me running for POTUS one day,” The Rock wrote.
“The latest poll showed that 46% of Americans would support me running for President. For my @vanityfair interview, I spent a lot of time with my writer (and tequila drinking buddy:) Chris Heath about my honest feelings regarding this unbelievable support I potentially could have.
But here’s the truth — 46% of Americans galvanized in supporting me being President is so humbling and it really sits me down and I shake my head in awe. But at the end of the day, I don’t know the first thing about politics.
I care deeply about our country. And I care about every f***ing American who bleeds red — and that’s all of them. There’s no delusion here. I may have some leadership qualities but that doesn’t necessarily make me a great Presidential candidate.
And that’s where I am today. I’m not a politician so I don’t care what side of the street you live on or what side of the aisle you sit on. Core values matter. Work hard, take care of your family, be kind to people, take pride in your name, take pride in your own two hands, be inclusive and respect EVERYONE and don’t be full of s***.
I’m not a politician, but that’s the truth. Thanks, @vanityfair and thanks Chris for chopping this polarizing, yet important subject up with me and our country”.