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31 de Agosto de 2012

Convención Republicana: Clint Eastwood dirige un confuso discurso a un "Obama invisible"

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El jueves a la noche en la clausura de la Convención Nacional Republicana, hubo un discurso extraño que generó tanto interés que casi amenaza con ensombrecer la aceptación de Romney a la candidatura presidencial. El actor Clint Eastwood, famoso por su personaje de Harry el sucio y por la frase "Vampos, alégrame el día", dio un discurso confuso de once minutos que parecía completamente improvisado, durante el cual el actor de 82 años de edad, se dirigió a una silla vacía que había a su lado en el escenario, donde hacía de cuenta que estaba sentado el presidente Obama.