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Entertainment Reese Witherspoon says she may consider running for US office in future because 'we need better representation'

04:55  29 october  2020
04:55  29 october  2020 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Reese Witherspoon has revealed she would consider running for office in the future . The Legally Blonde actress discussed the possibility of one day becoming a politician during an appearance on the SmartLess podcast, after hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett suggested that she

Reese Witherspoon for president? The Oscar winner is hinting that she may be willing to run for office down the 26, the Legally Blonde star explained why she 's not ruling out a future in politics. She also explained why it's a cause close to her heart. "I think we need better representation and

Reese Witherspoon has aspirations to go to Capitol Hill, just like her character Elle Woods did in the hit movie Legally Blonde.

In the latest episode of the SmartLess podcast with hosts Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes, the actress revealed her political ambitions.

"I wouldn't say never, because I don't know where I'm going to be when I'm, you know, 65," she said when asked if she would run for US office one day.

In her response, the actress also slammed the current administration fronted by President Donald Trump and said there needed to be more women in power.

Reese Witherspoon sitting on a table: Reese Witherspoon speaks at the Global Women's Leadership at the International Women of Courage Awards hosted by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and attended by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2010. © Getty Reese Witherspoon speaks at the Global Women's Leadership at the International Women of Courage Awards hosted by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and attended by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2010.

"I think we need better representation and balance," she said. "Women are 50 per cent of the population, but we're not 50 per cent of the representation in government, which is bizarre, particularly when they're adjudicating over our bodies.

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Reese Witherspoon hinted recently that she may be contemplating a presidential bid as well , though no sooner than 2040. During a chat with Jason Bateman on the Smartless podcast, the Legally Blonde star said that while she has no plans of running for office in the near future , she doesn’t wish to

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"And the lack of representation of people of colour, who make up a large, almost majority of this country. What about balance, you know? Just yin and yang. Male, female balance."

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Witherspoon also had similar political aspirations for her Legally Blonde character. In a 2015 interview with Vogue, she said that she hoped to see Elle Woods, a socialite-turned-lawyer, in US congress one day.

"I think it'd be kind of a cool thing to have her be a Supreme Court Justice or someone who runs for office," she told the magazine.

Well, we'll just have to watch and see if Witherspoon's plans for Elle eventuate in the upcoming Legally Blonde 3. But with the script currently being written by feminists icon Mindy Kaling, anything is possible.

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