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Dwayne Johnson Says He Won't Endorse Joe Biden Again for 2024 Presidential Race | THR News Video

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Dwayne Johnson Says He Won't Endorse Joe Biden Again for 2024 Presidential Race | THR News Video

Dwayne Johnson Says He Won't Endorse Joe Biden Again for 2024 Presidential Race | THR News Video

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is saying he will not be endorsing Joe Biden for President as he once did during the last presidential election.

During an interview with Fox News, Johnson expressed some regret about his 2020 endorsement for Biden and Kamala Harris saying he won't endorse any candidate this year.


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