Several Golden Globe Award viewers are urging George Clooney, one of the night’s big winners, to take on a new role: president.

Clooney accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the annual ceremony honoring film and television on Sunday. 

In remarks to the audience, the 53-year-old “Gravity” actor and human rights activist, who has long been trailed by talk of a possible political run, mentioned a massive rally earlier in the day in France following the deaths of 17 people killed last week in terrorist attacks.  

“We will not walk in fear,” Clooney — a longtime Democratic donor who testified about violence in Sudan in a 2012 Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing — said. “We won’t do it.” Clooney also thanked and praised his wife, lawyer Amal Clooney, whom he married last fall. 

Twitter was buzzing shortly after the entertainer’s comments:

Some Twitter users tweeted about Clooney potentially running for the retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer’s (D-Calif.) seat:

And still others were fantasizing about a potential Clooney 2016 runningmate: 

Clooney’s publicist knocked down a British tabloid report last year that claimed he was flirting with a California gubernatorial run, telling ITK the story was a “fabrication.”