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George Clooney doesn’t understand why famous people are on Twitter

In a conversation with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos, George Clooney revealed he knows the number one rule of surviving the Internet: Never tweet. “There’s a real danger when you’re really famous. I can have a drink or two at night. I don’t need to have an apparatus that in a drunken joke even, I could say something… and go to sleep and wake up in the morning and my career will be over.”

Wise words from the star, who also spoke to Ramos about the state of television (“Since The Sopranos, … [TV] has been able to really challenge and do things that films used to only have the market on.”), his upcoming film Tomorrowland, and which Republican candidate he’d most like to play in a role.

Clooney also pledged support for Hillary Clinton, who he calls a “tremendous candidate.” Not a shabby endorsement from Mr. Amal Alamuddin.

Full interview airs Tuesday, May 19 at 10p ET, only on Fusion.

George Clooney doesn’t understand why famous people are on Twitter

In a conversation with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos, George Clooney revealed he knows the number one rule of surviving the Internet: Never tweet. “There’s a real danger when you’re really famous. I can have a drink or two at night. I don’t need to have an apparatus that in a drunken joke even, I could say something… and go to sleep and wake up in the morning and my career will be over.”

Wise words from the star, who also spoke to Ramos about the state of television (“Since The Sopranos, … [TV] has been able to really challenge and do things that films used to only have the market on.”), his upcoming film Tomorrowland, and which Republican candidate he’d most like to play in a role.

Clooney also pledged support for Hillary Clinton, who he calls a “tremendous candidate.” Not a shabby endorsement from Mr. Amal Alamuddin.

Full interview airs Tuesday, May 19 at 10p ET, only on Fusion.

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