Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson may have gotten himself into a lot of things but running for the presidency of the United States is not one of them.

Although there were suggestions that the former WWE star would run for the presidency, it appears The Rock has cleared the air and stressed that such is “off the table.”

However, the former WWE champion did not close the door on possibly serving in a different leadership role. But beyond that, the only thing that Johnson was is to be a father.

"I love our country and everyone in it. I also love being a daddy. And that’s the most important thing to me is being a daddy, number one, especially during this time, this critical time in my daughters’ lives," the 50-year-old actor said.

As far as other roles, he is open to being a CEO of a company at some point. But his top priority is being a daddy.

"Sure, CEO sounds great. But the number one thing I wanna be is daddy. That’s it," he quipped.

Back in April 2021, many responded positively to Johnson as president. He garnered 46% of Americans supporting his possible candidacy.

Other celebrities in the poll included Oprah Winfrey with 27%, Angelina Jolie with 30% and Tom Hanks with 22%.

Although the US presidency is off the table for The Rock, it may be better for him. He is hardly seen on WWE shows and is pretty much busy making films.

His latest one is “Black Adam,” perhaps one of the biggest movies that he has starred on. “Black Adam” is set to premiere on Oct. 21, 2022.

Beyond that, it won’t be surprising if the retired wrestler- actor will have other projects over the horizon. There is also the NBC sitcom “Young Rock,” something based on Johnson’s life – including a storyline with the former professional wrestler considering a presidential run in 2032.

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In a tweet, liberal political activist Don Winslow also called out the “Rampage” star for using his platform to defend Rogan, “a guy that used and laughed about using the N-word dozens of times.” Ultimately, the American author slammed Johnson, whom he calls a hero to many, for the terrible use of his power. Amy Sussman/Getty Images

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