London, Sep 19 (ANI): Following his infamous empty-chair act mocking US President Barack, Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood has said that if anyone was 'dumb enough' to call him for a political convention, they would have take what they get.
When asked about his infamous performance with an empty chair during an interview, Eastwood quickly passed the buck to Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
"If somebody's dumb enough to ask me to go to a political convention and say something, they're gonna have to take what they get," the New York Daily News quoted Eastwood, as saying, who acknowledged that his comedy routine didn't get unanimously glowing reviews.
"People loved it or hated it and that's fine. That's what it was supposed to be," he said.
Eastwood, 82, who is promoting his new movie, "Trouble with the Curve," made headlines after he struck a bizarre interaction with an imaginary Obama on an empty chair during the Republican National Convention (RNC).
However, the 'Million Dollar Baby' director had more tepid praise for the president after he was told that Obama had called himself a huge fan of the actor and director, even after his RNC skit.
"Well, great. Well, I think he can be very gracious when he wants to be. That's fine. And I have no problem with him at all. I just have a problem with the situation that we're in right now," Eastwood said.
"It's nothing personal. When he came in, I thought it was great. I thought the multiculturalism, multiracialism was great, all that kind of stuff," he added of Obama. (ANI)