Former WWE World Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson continues to tease that he may enter the political arena some day.
Johnson previously talked about his political aspirations earlier this year in Time Magazine, saying that he hasn’t ruled out a career in politics. “The thought of being governor, the thought of being president, is alluring,” Johnson admitted.
The Rock uploaded several photos this week to his official account on Instagram, where he has almost 61 million followers, hinting that politics are still on his mind. Johnson shared the images after fans were seen on TV holding up signs at the Democratic National Convention this week reading “Dwanye Johnson for President.”
He also Tweeted on Wednesday that he would enter politics in coming years if he could be a “strong, authentic, and impactful leader for the people.”
Johnson wouldn’t be the first wrestler to enter the political world if he did decide to make the leap one day. Former WWE wrestler and announcer Jesse Ventura became the governor of Minnesota back in November 1998 when he ran as an independent to narrowly and unexpectedly defeat two major-party candidates.
As of 2014, Johnson was a registered Republican, and he spoke at the Republican National Convention back in 2000.
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