Smith seriously considering political career
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Will Smith's wife Jada Pinkett Smith has confirmed her husband is seriously considering a move into politics, just a year after the actor ruled out a career change.
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The "Independence Day" star previously mulled over life as a politician, but decided "it's a whole lot more fun to be a movie star."
However, Pinkett Smith has revealed her partner is reconsidering a move from Hollywood to Washington, D.C.
She tells Germany's Bunte magazine, "Will is thinking about going into politics. He once said he could imagine becoming a U.S. president. He wasn't joking. He was quite serious about it."
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