Moore joined Buttigieg in the Iowa trial on Monday as Democratic candidates are making their final appeal to voters before the last debate before the Iowa caucuses next month.
“I’ve never actually heard it before, and I’d say absolutely not – at ease with the people of Hollywood? Pete? No,” Moore told CNN in an exclusive interview Monday night, following a town hall where ” This is Us “the star introduced Buttigieg to the Iowa State University campus.
“I don’t think Hollywood even knows what to do with him. Is this a real original right? He is a Mayor of the Midwest who took office at the age of 29 and toured a city on the brink. He is a Navy veteran who has seen for yourself the cost of an endless war. But it’s also this brilliant millennial who speaks half a dozen languages! “Moore said. “And honestly, I think that’s what we need right now in this country. Why aren’t we on a TV show. This isn’t a movie, right? It’s our reality, and the reality is that our country is in crisis. “
Moore told CNN he felt obliged to lend support to the ex-mayor’s offer for the president, even though he ran the risk of alienating potential fans.
“I don’t think anyone can do it. Again, I’ve been a little hesitant to speak politically in the past,” Moore told CNN, “because of that fear of people, I think, people often believe that people under public eyes shouldn’t sit at the table in terms of offering what their opinion might be when it comes to politics, and I don’t agree. ”
“I think we all have to use whatever platform we have not only to educate ourselves about the different candidates that are out there, but to go out and vote. I mean, this is, it’s too important to keep silent,” he said.
He told audiences of hundreds of people gathered at the Memorial Union Grand Hall on campus that politics is “new ground I’m walking on.”
“I’m not the most political person publicly. In private, it’s something I’m obsessed with, but when I first saw Pete and got to know him and his campaign, it was a no-brainer, I had to support ” she said.
Speaking with CNN, Moore said he would support Buttigieg that the campaign sent her, including the first state of New Hampshire where she was born, or her native state of Florida, a crucial state in the general election.
“I mean, I will go wherever the campaign wants to take sides. I am a proud surrogate and will do everything I need to do,” he said.