Angelina Jolie does not rule out a career in politics as long as it’s the best way to change the world.
In recent years, the American star has focused her efforts on humanitarian work as a Special Envoy to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and has developed relationships with many world leaders, including the former British Minister of Foreign Affairs. William Hague.
In an interview with BBC’s Today Today, Angelina Jolie said she is open to a career in politics.
“If you had asked me 20 years ago, I would have laughed. I really do not know. I always say that I will go where I am needed, I do not know if I am fit to do politics, but I also joke that I do not know if I still have a skeleton in my closet . I am rather open and I can handle a lot of things. “
The 43-year-old actress is not quite ready to embark on a presidential campaign because she currently enjoys promoting her humanitarian causes, including ending sexual violence against women, without herself being projectors.
“Honestly, I will do everything I feel I can really make a difference, and I am currently able to work with a United Nations agency that is the most active in the field of all UN agencies to do a lot of work. directly with those in need, she added.
“I can also work with governments and with the military, so I’m in a very interesting place where I can do a lot of things without a title and without it being me or my policies. “
When Justin Webb said he thought she was a possible candidate to run against US President Donald Trump in 2020, she laughed and thanked him.
If Angelina Jolie decides to run for president and wins, she will not be the first actor to lead America; the country’s 40th president, Ronald Reagan, made his name as a Hollywood star in the 1930s and 1940s.