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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Regrets Biden’s 2020 Endorsement and Says He Won’t Do It Again in 2024




Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Regrets Biden's 2020 Endorsement and Says He Won't Do It Again in 2024

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Fans of the WWE are well aware that ‘The Rock’ as a character does not often express remorse. However, Dwayne Johnson, the man behind that character, says he has a few regarding the 2020 presidential election.

In particular, his support for President Joe Biden.

In an interview with Fox News’ Will Cain released earlier today, Johnson lamented the decision to endorse Biden and the effect it had on the country afterwards.

“The endorsement I made with Biden years ago was one that I thought was the best decision for me at the time.” he said.

“I thought at the time…I’m in this position where I have some influence,” Johnson continued. “I felt that then, it is now my job to exert my influence and share who I am going to support.”

However, now he does not plan to “cook” recommendations for 2024.

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s endorsement

In the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson gave Joe Biden’s campaign a significant boost with very public support.

“As a longtime registered Independent with centrist ideologies, I feel that Vice President Biden and Senator Harris are the best choices to lead our country, and I support them to become President and Vice President of our United States,” he said. said.

‘You both have experience in leadership. You’ve done great things. Joe, you have had such an incredible career and you have led with such great compassion, heart, drive and soul,” Johnson added. “Kamala, you have been a district attorney, a state attorney, and a U.S. senator. You are smart and tough.”

Now he has regrets or just wants to stay out of politics, so it’s not a detriment to his career.

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Sorry, he’s had a few

Cain asked Johnson whether or not he would re-enter the presidential race this cycle.

“Am I going to do that again this year? That answer is no,” he stated bluntly. “I also realized that what caused that then was something that tore at my gut then and now, which was division.”

“The takeaway after that – months, and months, and months [later] – I started to realize, oh man, that was incredibly divisive in our country.

‘The Rock’, who is often mentioned as a potential candidate, also said during the interview that although he will not be issuing an endorsement this year, he will support whoever ultimately wins.

“I’ll tell you this: While like many of us, we don’t trust all politicians, I do trust the American people,” he says. “And I trust that whoever they vote for will be my president. And that’s who I’m going to support 100 percent.”

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