That could be one rough affirmation hearing.
President-elect Donald Trump is purportedly considering on-screen character Sylvester Stallone to seat the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).
Trump has not authoritatively offered Stallone the position but rather reports demonstrate the on-screen character could be “positively disposed to the idea.”
A Trump rep let us know, “No decision has been made here yet.”
Stallone and the President-elect have a history. Trump’s crusade propelled a web advertisement that highlighted a discourse from Stallone’s 2006 “Rough Balboa.”
The performer told Variety in January “I love Donald Trump.”
Stallone additionally contrasted Trump with a “great Dickensian character.” He said he had considered running for open office himself yet altered his opinion five minutes after the fact when he “woke up.”
Stallone has yet to remark on the NEA part, reported by the Daily Mail, and did not quickly give back FOX411’s ask for comment.
Huge names from a few ventures been arranging at the Trump Tower in New York city to discuss conceivable posts in the new organization.
Artist Jane Chu currently chairs the NEA, which has a yearly spending plan of $150 million. Which is about what a major spending plan Stallone-sort activity thriller is going for nowadays.