Jennifer Garner Wouldn't Be Surprised If Ben Affleck Enters Politics

Wednesday, 14 Aug 2013 07:02 PM

 

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Jennifer Garner would not be surprised if husband Ben Affleck enters politics one day, she told Allure magazine. Though it probably won't be any time soon.

"Right now feels like he can do more good for people politically from outside the system," she said during a cover shoot. "Would I be surprised if one day he did go into politics? No. But not now."

Should he, Affleck has at least one famous supporter. "I'm along for the ride," his wife told the magazine.

Garner made headlines on Tuesday for joining Halle Berry in urging California lawmakers to crack down on paparazzi behavior - particularly when it comes to a celebrity's children.

Testifying before the state assembly, she nearly cried describing how paparazzi aggressively follow her and her three young children as she takes them to school and to the pediatrician, according to reports.

"I don't want a gang of shouting, arguing, law-breaking photographers who camp out everywhere we are, all day, every day, to continue to traumatize my kids," Garner said.

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