Inside George Clooney's 'Suburbicon' Premiere

The actress is not a Donald Trump supporter, but that doesn't mean she'll support just anyone who decides to run against him in 2020.

Julianne Moore does not want her "Suburbicon" director George Clooney to become the next President of the United States.

"I cannot bear the thought of President Clooney," she told the UK's You Magazine. "I cannot bear it, this idea of relating leaders with entertainment figures. What you want is a president who's experienced in government. You don't want a reality show person. I do not even want to joke about movie stars being president of the United States."

Clooney has previously said running for president "sounds like fun."

He added, "Can I just say that I'd like anybody to be the next president of the United States. Right away, please," he added.

Moore also piled on Trump when the subject came up in her new interview.

When asked if she thinks Trump should be impeached, she said: "I can only talk as an individual, but I believe he is corrupt and I also believe that there was Russian interference in the election."

She added she is "ashamed" of Trump’s reaction to the Nazi march in Charlottesville, Virginia, earlier this year. "He actually gave them permission to use their voices in the most disgusting way, by refusing to condemn their actions."

Other stars such as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Kid Rock have toyed with the idea of running for office. Johnson even did the research, telling NBC late-night host Jimmy Fallon that a national poll shows he would beat Trump if they ran against each other in an election today. (Then again, polls also heavily favored Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election she lost.)

"I think it's because, you know, a lot of people want to see a different leadership today – I'm sorry, not a different, but a better leadership today," he said. "More poise, less noise. And I also think that over the years I've become a guy that a lot of people relate to. I get up early in the morning at a ridiculous house, I go to work, and spend time with the troops, I take care of my family, I love taking care of people, and I think that kind of thing really resonates with people, especially today."

As for singer Kid Rock, his campaign for a Michigan Senate seat turned out to be a publicity stunt, complete with a website and merchandise.

"F-ck no I'm not running for Senate," the "Bawitdaba" singer told Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show in late October. "Who couldn't figure that out?"

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