“It’s maybe interesting for an American audience that sat through the most non-productive Congress in the history of the United States, in terms of bills passed, to watch a fictional show [like ‘House of Cards’] where some bills actually get passed,” he said, Politico reported.
Mr. Spacey, who has a long history in Democratic Party politics, won an Emmy for his role in “House of Cards.”
He said, Politico reported: “I started working on my first presidential campaign when Jimmy Carter ran for president. … I worked for other candidates in various races and ultimately became very close with former President Clinton.”
He cited Teddy Kennedy and Pat Moynihan among the host of “remarkable and important politicians” he’s known through the years, Politico reported.