Steven Spielberg picks Hillary for the Presidential race

The waiting is over, super Hollywood chieftain Steven Spielberg today has officially selected Hillary Rodham Clinton as his pick for our next President.


Clinton’s official website posts the “influential filmmaker and philanthropist Steven Spielberg today announced that he is officially endorsing Hillary Clinton for President. Spielberg said that he has chosen to endorse Clinton because of her experience and strength.”


“I’ve taken the time to familiarize myself with the impressive field of Democratic candidates and am convinced that Hillary Clinton is the most qualified candidate to lead us from her first day in the White House,” Spielberg said. “Hillary is a strong leader and is respected the world over. As president, she will bring America back together, rebuild our prestige abroad and ensure our protection here at home.”


Spielberg has established many philanthropic endeavors, including the Righteous Persons Foundation using all his profits from his film, “Schindler’s List.”


He also founded Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, which has recorded more than 52,000 Holocaust survivor testimonies.


Spielberg executive produced “The Last Days,” the Shoah Foundation’s third documentary, which won the Academy Award® in 1999 for Best Documentary Feature.


Spielberg is the chairman emeritus of the Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation, which combines the efforts of pediatric health care, technology and entertainment to empower seriously ill children.


Spielberg is a principal partner of DreamWorks Studios, and has directed, produced, or executive produced some of the biggest films of all time, including “Jurassic Park” and “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial.”


IMDB list Spielberg’s awards, and notes he is a three-time Academy Award® winner, earning two Oscars® for Best Director and Best Picture for “Schindler’s List,” and a third Oscar® for Best Director for “Saving Private Ryan.”

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