Alyssa Milano thinks there’s at least one celebrity fit for the Oval Office.
The Charmed alum this week about her new book Sorry Not Sorry and shared that while she may consider running for office one day, she would happily cast her ballot for Jungle Cruise star Dwayne Johnson “in a heartbeat.”
“There is a clear service-through-love mentality that he has that is really apparent,” she note. “I think he comes from a place of love and respect.”
Milano said that one thing she appreciated about Johnson was his decision to back President Joe Biden in the 2020 election, explaining that he “didn’t just stand by just because of their fear it would alienate half their audience.”
“I am grateful he did come forward and endorse Biden when the country was going through such struggle,” she explained.
The Who’s the Boss? star has long been politically active, and was recently arrested at a voting rights protest in Washington, D.C. — an experience she described as “not fun.”
As for whether Johnson will actually run for president, it isn’t out of the question. His character on the TV show Young Rock — which is a fictionalized version of his life — already shows his future self running for the highest office in the country in 2032.
In April, Johnson to his Instagram that declared 46% of Americans would support the Fast and Furious actor running for president. He wrote of the “humbling” statistic, “I don’t think our Founding Fathers EVER envisioned a six-four, bald, tattooed, half-Black, half-Samoan, tequila drinking, pick up truck driving, fanny pack wearing guy joining their club — but if it ever happens it’d be my honor to serve you, the people.”
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Earlier this year, the Black Adam star told Willie Geist for , “I do have the goal to unite our country. And I also feel that: If this is what the people want, then I will do that."
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Residents began to assess damage to homes and other structures in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region a day after flash flooding impacted the Erbil area on October 30.Intense rainfall and hail were reported in Erbil on Saturday, breaking a period of drought. Officials said several neighborhoods in the area had suffered damage, Rudaw reported.On Sunday, senior leaders, including Kurdistan Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, promised assistance to those affected by the flooding.This footage, taken on October 30 by Rudaw, shows flooding in a number of locations in the Erbil area. Credit: Rudaw via Storyful
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Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to flooding and extreme weather. As cyclones and tidal surges hit its coastal regions, agriculture is being lost and people are being forced to abandon their lands.View on euronews
Sir David Attenborough warned that humanity is “already in trouble” as he addressed delegates at a rousing speech at the opening ceremony of COP26. The conference in Glasgow is seen as the moment when countries must deliver on pledges made in the accord agreed in Paris six years ago, to limit temperature rises to well below 2C above pre-industrial levels and pursue efforts to curb warming to 1.5C – beyond which the worst impacts will be felt. India will meet a target of net zero emissions by 2070, the country’s prime minister Narendra Modi has told the Cop26 global climate summit.
Hundreds of people were unable to travel by train from London to Glasgow for the first day of the COP26 climate summit today after a fallen tree and severe weather sparked rail chaos. The travel disruption earlier today was caused by damage to overhead electrical wires between Rugby and Milton Keynes on the West Coast Main Line. Travellers expressed their frustration at the delays on social media, with many alluding to the extreme weather on the first day of COP26 being a reminder of the impacts of climate change.
"It's one minute to midnight and we need to act now," Prime Minister Boris Johnson will declare today, as he seeks to stir world leaders into dramatic action at urgent UN climate talks. At the COP26 opening ceremony, the prime minister will say humanity has "long since run down the clock on climate change", warning that if we don't get serious today, "it will be too late for our children to do so tomorrow". Mr Johnson will call for action from the audience of more than 120 world leaders on "coal, cars, cash and trees" – his signature shorthand for four priority areas for COP26.
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Long lines were seen at American Airlines hubs across the US over Halloween weekend, as the carrier cancelled hundreds of flights.According to the flight tracker Flight Aware, the airline cancelled over 800 flights on October 31.This video, taken at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on Sunday, shows long lines leading to an American Airlines customer assistance location.In a letter addressed to staff, American Airlines cited bad weather as a cause for initial delays, which cascaded into staffing issues, USA Today reported. The Dallas Morning News reported that at least some 180,000 people had been impacted over the weekend.Storyful has reached out to the airline for further comment. Credit: John Frazier via Storyful