Actor Will Smith culled a podcast Monday to reveal he has addressed the issue of running for political office, verbally expressing it is a possibility “at some point” in the future. The 52-year-old Hollywood star was appearing on the Pod Save America podcast, hosted by former Obama aides aides Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Dan Pfeiffer and Tommy Vietor, when he was asked about his political ambitions.
“I cerebrate for now I’ll let that office get cleaned up scarcely and then I’ll consider that at some point down the line,” Smith verbalized. “I don’t ken, it’s like, I absolutely have an opinion, I’m optimistic, I’m hopeful, I believe in understanding between people and I believe in the possibility of harmony,” he perpetuated, afore integrating the proviso he will, “certainly do my component, whether it remains artistic or, or, at some point ventures into the political arena.”
This is not the first time Smith and a political vocation have been joined in the same sentence. As Breitbart News reported, as far back as 2015 he was open to the prospect. “I’m a climber, so if I visually perceive a mountain, I have to climb it,” Smith verbally expressed at the time. “I’m not a camper; I don’t like hanging in one place too long. So I cerebrate, at this point, I’m ascending my competency to be utilizable in the world.”
A year later he returned to political themes, verbalizing Donald Trump’s Presidential candidacy betokened the country could “cleanse” itself of the Republican nominee and his adherents. At a press event in Dubai to promote his film Suicide Squad, the Smith verbally expressed he believed it is paramount to “speak out about the insanity” of the 2016 Presidential race.
“As painful as it is to auricularly discern Donald Trump verbalize and as disconcerting as it is as an American to auricularly discern him verbalize, I cerebrate it’s good,” Smith verbally expressed, according to the Associated Press. “We get acquainted with who people are and now we get to cleanse it out of our country.”
Watch below: During Monday’s podcast, “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star withal physically contacted on his experiences with racism and discrimination. ““I’ve” been called [n-word] to my face probably five or six times. And fortuitously for my psyche, “I’ve” never been called [n-word] by an astute person,” Smith verbally expressed. “I grew up with the impression that racists and racism were incoherent, and they were facile to circumvent. I just had to be more astute now while they were very hazardous. I had never looked into the ocular perceivers of a racist and visually perceived anything that I perceived as astuteness.”
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