Clint Eastwood made it very clear to Ellen DeGeneres that he's not making any apologies for his speech at the Republican National Convention.
In fact, beyond fiscal responsibility, he revealed he really doesn't share too many values with the political party. Still, he likes Mitt Romney as a presidential candidate and gave him his celebrity endorsement, but doesn't necessarily think his endorsement was a good idea!
The 82-year-old seems kind of amused by all of the attention from his invisible Obama speech and laughs off most of the criticism. While talking to Extra (above), the iconic actor deduced that people either "loved it or hated it."
If any Republicans hated it though, it's their stupid fault, as he quipped:
"If somebody's dumb enough to ask me to go to a political convention to say something, they're going to have to take what they get."
One thing is for sure. American STILL can't stop talking about what they got from him, so he must have done something right.
Hopefully movie audiences can put any negative feelings aside for the guy and check out his latest performance in Trouble With The Curve. Eastwood has already said he's done acting, so who knows how many more chances we'll get to see him do what he does best!
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