Dwayne Johnson has responded to a poll finding that nearly half of Americans would support him for president, teasing his potential ambitions for higher office. Johnson, 48, who used the stage name 'The Rock', linked to a news report on a poll finding that 46 percent of Americans would support his presidential run. The Jumanji star has often been asked about running for president, and repeatedly refused to rule out the possibility. Johnson's latest TV project is an NBC series based on his life called Young Rock, where, in the year , he launches a presidential run. In , Johnson told GQ magazine that the idea of being president was 'alluring,' but said there were 'a lot of other things' he would like to do first.
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Last week, a new poll showed nearly half of American voters would like to see Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson run for president. And while the "Fast and Furious" star knows he's not the most traditional candidate, he says he'd be honored "to serve the people. On April 9, The Rock tweeted out a link to Newsweek's coverage of the new poll, which found a whopping 46 percent of Americans over 18 would support the wrestler-turned actor if he made good on previous comments suggesting he'd like to run. Dwayne's tweet comes after USA Today asked if he was still considering the White House bid he's flirted with in recent years. I would have my finger on the pulse, my ear to the ground.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has personally reached out to reality television star Ashley Cain whose daughter is currently battling leukemia. Cain, who has featured on programmes such as Ex On The Beach and The Challenge , has spent every living second of the past eight months looking after his daughter Azaylia in hospital. Upon hearing this, WWE megastar-turned-Hollywood actor Johnson took it upon himself to send a powerful and heart-warming message of support to Cain via social media.
Since early on in his professional wrestling career, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been a fan favorite. However, there have been some who don't buy it. You might say they couldn't " smell what The Rock is cooking.