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Clint Eastwood has said he was pleased with his controversial Republican National Convention speech. The Trouble with the Curve director was accused of rambling by some in the media during his endorsement of Mitt Romney, where he debated an empty chair standing in for Barack Obama. Jon Stewart and Star Jones were two of the many pundits to openly mock Eastwood's performance at the Tampa convention. Eastwood discussed the speech with Access Hollywood, revealing that bringing the now-infamous empty chair on the stage was a spur of the moment decision. "That was just a whim [of] the moment, I had no idea," he admitted. "You have one thought and then you walk out there and then 10,000 people are yelling at you, and you go, 'Ok, all of the above is gone'." (more) »


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