Winning the US presidential election, Republican Donald trump, who tipped only one term in the oval office of the White house, has already received a decent and very popular rivals in the presidential election in 2020.

On the eve of the decision sights set on the highest post of the country, said the U.S. 66-year-old actor Ron Perlman, who played a major role in the movie “Hellboy”. On his page on Facebook he wrote that his campaign slogan will be “let’s Make America great again”, so hold on to your hats! This is a paraphrase of the slogan of the campaign of Donald trump’s “Make America Great Again” (“let’s Make America great again”).

The day post has collected more than 417 thousand likes and more than 112 thousand posts. Many of the subscribers were assured of Perlman’s support and expressed readiness to vote for him. In one of the first positive reviews contained a “popular” mandate Perlman immediately after the victory in 2020 to film a third movie about Hellboy. Fans are advised to get the government out of the teams motorcycle series “Sons of anarchy” in which Perlman played the head of the biker club.

Any economic and political programme, the narrator of a series of post-apocalyptic games, Fallout is not yet nominated.

However, Perlman was not the first actor who has expressed a desire to compete with Trump, reports The Daily Mail.

A black 51-year-old comedian Chris Rock on Thursday in his Twitter wrote that he was going for the elections of the President of the United States in 2020, with the election slogan “the Only white here is the house”. “Wish me luck,” wrote Rock.

However, according to some American publications, go figure, Chris Rock: maybe he is so energetically promoting the sequel to his Comedy “Head of state”, released in 2003, with exactly the same slogan.

I’m gonna run in 2020 wish me luck . pic.twitter.com/wkFCv7WrKB



Trump appeared competitors for the presidency in 2020 – Ron Perlman, Chris Rock, Kanye West and maybe Angelina Jolie 11.11.2016

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