Clint Eastwood: GOP was ‘dumb enough’ to ask me to speak

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Clint Eastwood is talking again – but not to a chair this time.

The Hollywood tough guy icon told the entertainment TV show “Extra” – he starts at the 1:55 point if you want to fast forward – that his stint at the Republican National Convention and his much-discussed chair conversation with Invisible Obama was a case of you get what you get.

If somebody’s dumb enough to ask me to go to a political convention and say something, they’re gonna have to take what they get.

Eastwood also said he’d probably do it again. If asked. So hold on to your chair for another four years.

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