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‘Politics is a tricky enterprise,’ George W. Bush advises Matthew McConaughey

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As Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey will get severe about his political ambitions, former US President George W. Bush has given him a bit of recommendation.

Throughout a chat on In the present day with Hoda & Jenna, the Republican was requested of his opinion in regards to the Interstellar actor’s potential run for Texas governor after it was not too long ago revealed in early polls that he was forward of present Governor Greg Abbott.

Bush’s daughter Jenna Bush Hager who cohosts the present, stated that McConaughey “is making headlines down in Texas, dad.”

“I read that, Matthew, yeah,” Bush responded.

Cohost Hoda Kotb joined the dialog and stated: “And he’s actually ahead of Governor Abbott in the polls in this moment. So what do you think?”

Bush responded: “I have no idea. It’s a tough business.”

“If you’ve been president for eight years, the American people get to the point and they say, ‘surely we can do better than this fool.’ Then all of a sudden life gets in perspective,” he quipped, noting how his personal approval scores have additionally gone up since he left workplace.

Earlier this week, the Dallas Morning Information and the College of Texas at Tyler found by way of a brand new ballot that extra Texans are prepared to vote for the politically inexperienced McConaughey if he runs for governor than the present governor.

The research consisting of 1,126 registered voters concluded that 45 p.c would assist him which might give the actor a double-digit lead over Abbott.

McConaughey, who has been giving the concept a severe consideration, as revealed by him, has been essential of each the Republican and the Democratic social gathering, making it unclear which one he would contest below. 



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