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Ice-T Weighs In On Presidential Race From Sundance

07:31 AM Thursday 1/26/12 | |

Regardless of the outcome of the presidential primaries, Ice-T already has his mind made up about the forthcoming election.

The rapper and actor, who is making his directorial debut at the Sundance Film Festival with the documentary “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap,” says he expects President Barack Obama to be re-elected. After that, he predicts Hillary Clinton will be the next president.

The 53-year-old entertainer said, “She did the Secretary of State job, she was a G, she held it down, she didn’t cry,” referring to the former New York Senator with the hip-hop term for gangster (a positive thing).

“Obama will support her,” he said, “and she’ll be the first woman president.”

  • Ice-T

    Posing for a portrait during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
    January 21, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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Ice-T’s documentary premiered at the Sundance festival, which continues through Sunday in Park City, Utah.


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