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  Eastwood: How Can America Care If DC Doesn't?

Eastwood: Washington in a 'Political Quagmire'

  Award-winning director and actor Clint Eastwood told CNBC it's "very disappointing" that American leaders "aren't stepping up."

Eastwood: Dismissed 'Invisible Obama' Controversy

  "Seemed odd at the time. But, you know, I'm an odd person," award-winning director and actor Clint Eastwood joked on CNBC.

Clint Eastwood chair displayed in Capitol Hill office

  The chair used by actor Clint Eastwood during a speech became the most memorable moments of the Republican Convention. Today Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, proudly displays the chair in his office, saying he knew “two minutes” into the speech that he wanted the chair.

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  Top Lines 2012 campaign edition: Binders full of women, moon bases, shucky ducky, and Eastwood’s chair

We present a retrospective of the best, funniest sound bites from the 2012 presidential campaign, including: “Ah, Shucky Ducky”; “Oops”; “binders full of women”; “Uzbeki-beki-beki-stan-stan”; and that time Clint Eastwood argued with a chair.

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