Huntsman Prefers Clooney Over Selleck

Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011 11:35 AM

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During a Twitter town hall Tuesday, Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman answered the standard questions about his economic plan and his work with China, but it was his response to an inquiry about George Clooney that is receiving the most traction, reports Politico.

“Jon, in ten years do you see yourself following George Clooney’s or Tom Selleck’s career path?” Huntsman was asked.

The former governor replied, “I definitely want Clooney’s career path. But I think that Q was for Jon Hamm. Funny prank @TheDailyShow!”

Another atypical question followed when Huntsman was asked “Do you feel those who spell John w/ H are wasteful liberals using consonants wantonly & w/o discretion?”

Huntsman joked along, replying “Yes!”

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