Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson says presidential nomination is “off the table” as being a “daddy” is a priority.

MANY had urged Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to run for President, but now he’s made it clear that won’t happen.

The 50-year-old Hollywood A-lister and WWE star has been touted as a potential presidential nominee for some time, but speaking to CBS’s Tracy Smith on Sunday morning, Johnson said the candidacy was “off the table.” “

Johnson was recently in Mexico City to promote his new film Black Adam

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Johnson was recently in Mexico City to promote his new film Black AdamPhoto credit: The Mega Agency
Johnson wants to focus on his three daughters

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Johnson wants to focus on his three daughtersPhoto credit: Twitter/@CBSSunday

Johnson explained: “I’m going to say this because the B-side requires it: I love our country and everyone in it.

“I also love being a father. And the most important thing for me is to be a father. Number one.

“Especially at this time, this critical time in my daughters’ lives, I know what it was like to be on the road and to be so busy that I was absent for many years.”

Johnson concluded his response by repeating, “The number one thing I want to be is Daddy. That’s it.”

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Last year, Newsweek published a poll stating, “At least 46% of Americans would support Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson for the presidency.”

Sharing this story on his Instagram, Johnson called the results “humiliating,” adding, “I don’t think our founding fathers ever envisioned a six-four, bald, tattooed, half black, half Samoan. Drinking tequila, driving trucks, a guy with a fanny pack joining their club – but if it ever happens, I’d be honored to serve you, the people.

Of course, fans were disappointed upon hearing the news, with one commenting, “Well, I guess we’ll never have a president who ends his speeches with, ‘If you smell what America…is cooking!'”

Another said: “Our nation remains in need of salvation…”

Not that everyone was on board with the idea of ​​The Rock at the White House, with one person commenting, “Most ridiculous idea of ​​the morning…”

With a political career now officially ruled out, Johnson will continue to focus on being present for his daughters Simone, 21, Jasmine, 6, and Tiana, 4.

Johnson rose to fame through WWE

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Johnson rose to fame through WWECredit: Alamy

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