Matthew McConaughey 'measuring' Texas gubernatorial run

Matthew McConaughey is still considering a run for political office.

Il “Dallas Buyers Club” attore, un nativo del Texas, detto in una recente puntata del “Imposta‌ ‌it‌ Dritto:miti e leggende” podcast that he’s “misurazione” the idea after members of the country band Midland said he should run for office in his homestate. Durante l'ultimo anno, McConaughey has played with the idea of running for Texas governor.
To the hosts he replied, “Bene, grazie, uomo. I’m measuring it. Guarda, it’s going to be in some capacity. … I just — I’m more of a folksy and philosopher poet statesman than I am a, per se, definitive politician.
    Lui continuò, “So I go, bene, that’s a reason not to, but then I go, no, that’s exactly why you should, because politics needs redefinition, but I’m measuring, sai, what is my category? What’s my embassy?”
      If McConaughey does run, it will likely be against Democrat Beto O’Rourke and current Gov. Greg Abbott, secondo il Houston Chronicle.
          McConaughey said his struggle with becoming a politician is how to remain an artist as well.
          I have to remain an artist,” he said on the podcast. “I’ve earned my right to enjoy that Saturday night part of life, that music part of life. It has to have music to it. Sai cosa intendo. I’m very good at being diligent, Monday morning, practical, structure, I’m all of that. But I gotta continue to be an artist in what I do.

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