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'I have a racy past to be a President'

Hollywood hunk George Clooney foresees his 'racy past' as ruining his chances of running for President.

india Updated: Oct 12, 2006 14:00 IST

Hollywood hunk George Clooney foresees his 'racy past' as ruining his chances of running for President.

The Ocean's Thirteen star, who has dated a string of stunning women including Teri Hatcher and Renée Zellweger, feels that he will never run for office, as he's had too much sex.

"I couldn't run for office. I've slept with far too many women. I have a very keen interest in political issues, but if I decided to run for office there would be a few juicy stories dragged back from the depths," the Daily Mail quoted the 44-year-old, as saying.

"I've also done far too many drugs and been to too many wild parties," he added.

Clooney is not the only Hollywood actor who has ruled himself out of a race for the White House.

Robin Williams, a reformed alcoholic and drug addict, has admitted his colourful past automatically would rule him out.

"I would never run for office — because I make Bill Clinton look Amish," the paper quoted him, as saying at the New Yorker Festival.