Top Democrats want Julia Louis-Dreyfus to run for office, because life imitates art.
The "Veep" star told The Washington Post she had been approached by top Democrats and asked to run for office. She's been politically active before, condemning President Trump's travel ban in a Screen Actors Guild Awards speech in January. And she told The Hill in 2012 she finds politics interesting.
"Not in a million years," she responded.
Here's her SAG speech.
For context, the closest Louis-Dreyfus has come to politics is endorsing Hillary Clinton and playing a fictional vice president who becomes president.
Maybe now more than ever, it can keep people concerned about what's really going on in Washington.
Armando Iannucci, who created "Veep" in 2012, said the show itself played an important role in the political landscape.
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