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'Hangover' star mulls political run

The actor, who spent some time in Washington, D.C., as a student at Georgetown University, tells “Entertainment Tonight” host Nancy O’Dell that he’s “a fan of politics.”

When asked Monday at the Hollywood Awards if he would ever run for public office, Cooper replied, “I don’t know,” before adding, “I think it’s a very noble profession.”

Last year’s People magazine “Sexiest Man Alive” cover model, who was born in Philadelphia, Pa., then opined on where he could potentially make his political run, saying, “Maybe something in Philly.”

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