51-Year-Old Matthew McConaughey Says Texas Governor Run Is An ‘Honorable Thing’ He’s ‘Giving Consideration’

Matthew McConaughey said he thinks taking political office is an honorable thing to do, according to Fox News.

“Well, it’s come up a lot lately.”

“And I’m gonna say to you now the same thing I’ve been saying, which is true.”

“It’s not a dodge. And when I say it’s something I’m giving consideration, absolutely,” McConaughey told Fallon on The Tonight Show.

“What an honorable thing to even be able to consider.”

“But that’s no further than that right now, sir.”

McConaughey said that he and his family also faced hardship during the recent Texas snowstorm.

“Look, we’re doing good.”

“We had, you know, a couple pipes break.”

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“We’ve had to pull up some drywall in the house. Lost power.”

“Just got off having to boil water four days ago,” McConaughey said.

“But the problem in Texas is there’s tens of thousands that aren’t as good a shape as we are right now. There’s a lot of people that are out of home.”

McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves are hosting a “We’re Texas” virtual benefit concert Sunday evening.

The event is being held to raise money for the Just Keep Livin’ Texas Relief Fund.

Performances will include Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson, Kelly Clarkson, and more.

Texas natives will be making special appearances including Dr. Phil McGraw, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Megan thee Stallion, Michael Strahan, Selena Gomez, and Stone Cold Steve Austin.

“My reaction to that is, I was a little dumbfounded by the decision,” McConaughey said.


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