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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson: I'd Be Good at 'Shutting BS Down' at Debates

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By    |   Thursday, 01 Sep 2016 01:14 PM

Federalist senior contributor Mary Katherine Ham jokingly asked if she could vote for pro wrestler and actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for president.

During a CNN's "At This House" discussion, the panelists joked that the "Fast & Furious" movie star would be a viable presidential nominee, according to The Federalist.

"The Rock" Johnson replied on Twitter, saying he would be good at "shutting [BS] down" as president

 

 

The panel was discussing whether a third-party candidate could be successful. Ham said it appeared unlikely that a third-party nominee could join Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump in the presidential debates.

"One of the things that defines this election is that there is broad dissatisfaction with both these choices. And it looks like no one will probably hit the 15 percent necessary to get on the debate, in a year when I think a lot of people would maybe like to hear something different," Ham said, referring to the 15 percent support third-party candidates need in polls to be allowed to be part of the debates.

Johnson has mentioned before the idea that he might run for president. In a British GQ magazine interview, the former WWE champion said, "I haven't ruled politics out."

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