Samuel L. Jackson said he was "not inspired" by any of the Democrats, but said there was one more he would like to see in race 2020.
During his appearance on Monday night's "The Late Show," Jackson responded to a clip of his June 2016 appearance on the show, suggesting to viewers that Donald Trump could be elected president if Brexit were in the UK should take place.
"I do not want to be right," Jackson exclaimed. "I was hoping that I tried to be funny … I really hoped that people would vote and I hope they vote now because they know what can happen now."
"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert then asked the "Avengers" play the lead role when one of the 2020 contestants "floats his boat".
"Not yet," Jackson replied. "I just did not let myself be inspired by what everyone is trying to do, to say, to prove, whatever."
However, Jackson suggested a person he would like to join: former Georgian governor candidate Stacey Abrams. [1
19659003] "But I definitely vote with the resistance, whatever happens, there is no doubt."
Abrams has been considering a presidential bid after becoming an outburst star among Democrats since 2018. She even suggested racing in the fall.