Despite some confusing lyrics, we're pretty sure President Barack Obama has Nicki Minaj's celebrity endorsement, he's had the likes of George Clooney, Eva Longoria and Anne Hathaway, but now he's got Christopher Walken's too.
The 69-year-old recently said he thinks the POTUS has "really done remarkably" during his first term and it sounds like the actor is hoping he gets a second.
During an interview to promote his latest movie, Seven Psychopaths, Walken was asked about his position on the president and responded:
"I do. I think what Clinton said the other night is absolutely true: Nobody could fix this in four years. Obama's really done remarkably. The Dow Jones — look at how things have come along. The auto companies are back. It's interesting that nobody gives him credit."
Commenting on the American public's impatience for Obama to magically fix the worst economic recession since the Great Depression, he continued:
"Yeah, absolutely. How could he [fix it] when you think about what it was? I remember very clearly because I was worried about it myself. People were scared. Now they're concerned, but they're not scared. It could have really been bad. I do believe that everything is getting better now."
And if U love crime comedies, but haven't seen the trailer for Seven Psychopaths yet, we suggest U do yourself a favor and watch it out HERE!
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