Clint Eastwood Interview Focuses on Mocked RNC Speech

Movie star responds to Internet uproar over his "invisible Obama" speech.
3:00 | 09/17/12

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back. It was rated the most talked-about moment of the political convention and fodder for endless parody, including "saturday night live" just this weekend. But tonight the 28-year-old hollywood legend sits down in front of a camera with abc's nick watt. ♪ when did you decide what you were going to do and how you were going to do it. They had teleprompters. I didn't have my glass was me. The guy said, do you want to sit down? I said no. It was like that? Yeah, I thought I'll do this as sort of an oddball thing. But this weekend, "snl" was still poking fun. No, no, no. You go first. Some people loved it, some people lampooned it. That's good. Reporter: And he talked candidly about his day job, his latest movie and that foray into politics. I've got mr. Obama sitting here. The polls suggest people remember your speech not mitt romney. I didn't try to upstage anybody. You didn't let them see what you were going to say, because you didn't know what you were going to say? I can't tell him to do that. Do you think you went too far at all? No not really. Everybody seemed to have a good time with it. President obama is still a big fan of yours. That's his bad judgment. Actually he seems very charming to me. Reporter: The most memorable moment the most indelible moment in american history. Nick watt, abc news. We thank you for watching.

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