Angelina Jolie Hints That She Might Get Involved in Politics!



When host Justin Webb quipped that there will be "30 or 40 Democrats running for the nomination" in the 2020 presidential race and he would put Jolie "somewhere on the list", she laughed and said, "Thank you".

"To be a patriot is to be very proud of your country and even your country first but you do not think your country is better than others", Jolie said, acknowledging she understand what draws so many people to President Trump.

The Hollywood actress-who is also known for her worldwide humanitarian work, notably in the field of women's rights-suggested that she had some of the right attributes for a career in politics but wasn't sure if it would be right for her. Though her father, Jon Voight, is a noted conservative, Jolie is a registered Independent. Not sure she's that qualified in comparison to other potential candidates'. But I'm registered independent and I'm still undecided.

Jolie and Webb also addressed social media, something that's a bit of a sticky subject due to the Jolie-Pitts' celebrity status. "We go to their countries, spend time in their countries, but also they're American, they're American Ethiopian, they're American Cambodian, so they have their countries and that's a piece of who they are".

As far back as 2008, when Shiloh stood at age two, Brad Pitt told Oprah that she insisted on being called "John".

Angelina Jolie leaves the BFI in London on November 23. She likes to wear boys' everything.

After all, the source notes that while Angelina and Brad were still married, the woman was very adamant about keeping them out of the spotlight which has changed completely after their divorce two years ago for a very specific reason.

The supposed confidant went on to suggest Pitt "is saddened that his ex constantly trots the kids out in public to make it look like she is an fantastic mother". "They're old enough to get it" and "it hasn't been good for anyone". "I can take a lot on the chin", Business Insider reported. "Brad doesn't know what the long-term effects are".

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