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...in being wrong. Correct.
Eastwood is probably a few cards short of a full deck these days,
remember the "talking chair" incident at the 2012 GOP convention.
Clint Eastwood finally explains his infamous empty-chair speech and calls it
It was one of the oddest moments in political convention history and of 2012 in
Clint Eastwood unforgettably spoke to an empty chair at the 2012 Republican
National Convention. He was pretending as if it were President Obama.
The stunt which was dubbed "Invisible Obama" and even has its own ongoing
Twitter account made people scratch their heads, wondering what was going on
in the older actor's head. Roger Ebert tweeted that it made Eastwood come across
as "sad" and "pathetic" and that it was "unworthy of him."
Now, Eastwood is acknowledging that the whole thing was "silly."
In a new interview with Esquire, Eastwood replied to a question about what
troubles him most with, "We're not really
what troubles me is
I guess when I
did that silly thing at the Republican convention, talking to the chair."