According to some reports, Donald Trump has an idea about how to make art great again – by tapping ‘Rocky’ to head the National Endowment for the Arts.
DailyMail.com is reporting that Stallone is the first name Trump has floated for the top arts position. Sylvester Stallone, known for his roles as Rocky Balboa and Rambo, is reportedly excited by the idea, though the job has not been formally offered to him yet.
Though not a registered Republican (he does work in Hollywood, after all), Stallone has made some conservative political statements in the past, including signing a pro-Israel letter. The actor recently told Variety that “I Love Donald Trump,” though he didn’t endorse his campaign. However, he did back John McCain in 2008.
Stallone has mentioned an interest at getting involved in politics and being Chairman of the NEA could launch his new career. It’s a much better option than just creating PSA videos, which his out-of-touch peers do unceasingly.
Turns out that there are big names who support Trump.
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