31 August 2012 7:48 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Clint Eastwood caused a sensation with his surprise appearance at the Republican National Convention Thursday night. But his head-scratching speech didn't seem to make everyone's day. The Oscar winner took the stage in Tampa and began talking to an empty chair, pretending that an invisible Barack Obama was sitting there as he unloaded his frustrations about the president's policies and track record. (The chair has now even spurred its own Twitter feed.) Celebs quickly sounded off on the 82-year-old's ad-libbing spree, beginning with none other than the target of Eastwood's piercing barbs: President Obama himself. "This seat's taken," Obama tweeted shortly afterward »


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