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James Franco Made Pro Hillary Clinton Video — Again


Boy James Franco really wants Hillary Clinton to be President. He made his second pro Clinton video in the past week to show it.

Franco’s new video is a spoof of the Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World” commercials. And he goes shirtless in nothing but a towel just for the chics. And a Hillary Clinton for President towel no less.

The post on Instagram sharing the video is captioned, “I don’t usually endorse candidates, but when I do they’re extraordinary.”

Here are just a few of the choice lines that James Franco had to describe Hillary Clinton:

“She didn’t just bring Iran to the table, she whittled the table from a single piece of oak.”

“Her laugh is in the Smithsonian.”

“Yoda was her apprentice.

“She’s the Most Interesting Woman in the World.”

Franco released a statement last month about making these videos in which he said, “I am excited to work with an amazing team to create and distribute this unconventional endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president.”

“Hillary Clinton has led an amazing life; it is not a stretch to describe her as ‘the most interesting woman in the world.’ I wanted more people, particularly younger people, to get to know an extraordinary woman who has, through a lifetime a work, earned our trust and support, ” added the “Freaks and Geeks” alum.

So James Franco loves Hillary Clinton. Well so does 90% of Hollywood.

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