Legendary actor Clint Eastwood gave an odd performance last night, ad-libbing a long, critical conversation with an imaginary Barack Obama onstage at the RNC. Reviews weren't good. Michael Moore called the speech "crazy" and wrote the film legend sounded "delusional" and "detached from reality." Film critic Roger Ebert tweeted, "Clint, my hero, is coming across as sad and pathetic. He didn't need to do this to himself. It's unworthy of him." The Obama campaign's response to the speech was subtler: their account tweeted a photo of the president's chair, with the line, "This seat's taken."
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