Democratic Presidential Nominee-hopeful (one of the seven million running), Cory Booker, is trying to show that he is the clear choice to run one of the most powerful countries in the world. He wants us to know that he’s the man for the job. He’s got the charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent to do it. So, of course, he had to appear on the only program which can provide a real insight into just how qualified he is to be President, RuPaul‘s new talk show: RuPaul. And while he was there, Cory let it be known that things are real, real serious between him and girlfriend Rosario Dawson. So serious that they might be getting hitched.
TMZ reports that Cory Booker is laying the idea of marrying Rosario Dawson on thick. I don’t know if he’s campaigning for President or to be the next Bachelor, but he’s full-steam ahead. Since the couple started dating, we’ve been wondering if we were going to get an actress First Lady. There’s already a Reality TV/Scammer President, why not get the hot and talented woman who played a killer-hooker in Sin City as the First Lady? Let’s do it! Sounds way cooler!
Cory has gushed about Rosario in the past, and she even stunted with a ring before. Rosario and Cory are so in our faces with their love you’d think they were sitting next to each other weeknights on The Voice. Well, Cory turned that shit on for RuPaul too, because he knows us gays love a hetero love story. Cory hinted that if he was elected, he wouldn’t be the second unmarried President in history, because a lot can happen before election day:
RuPaul: “Now, if elected you would be the first unmarried president in a long, long time; there was one before.”
Cory: “Well, first of all, the swearing in isn’t until the 21st of January 2021, you never know what might happen between now and then.”
RuPaul: “That right! That’s right! Because you are seeing someone, and it’s someone very famous…”
Cory: “It’s somebody very special.”
Awww, how cute. He doesn’t even see her as a famous person! She’s just Rosario. Aww. Maybe it’s because he’s a highly-powerful elected official who’s attempting to be the most powerful man in the country, so her being an actress is literally nothing special and actually makes her kind of below him on the social ladder? But I’m loving the faux-sense of reality. It really comes off as not at all affected or forced.
Look, it’s a nice move, talking to a gay icon like RuPaul to get the gays on your side. Especially with that poorly-dressed Pete Buttigieg not winning many points from us, you’ve got your opening. But just let me say, if you want to win over the gays you’re going to do better with a shirtless photo shoot.