By Chris Gardner
Zach Galifianakis admits he's nothing like the characters he's played on-screen. You know, like the hilarious ones in the "Hangover" franchise and "Due Date" that have made him a household name. But that doesn't mean he isn't funny in real life. Actually, he is witty, smart and genuine, which we found out while talking with him about his new movie "The Campaign," in theaters on Aug. 10. Find out what he had to say about rumors of his engagement, his recent black eye and his thoughts on Rihanna's Twitter page...
Did making this movie change your view of politics or campaigning?
"I've always followed politics since I was a young guy. The one thing that makes me feel for the candidates -- on both sides of the aisle -- is that there are cameras everywhere. And there's a paper trail everywhere. And there's breadcrumbs everywhere. You can't really make any mistakes. And there are no secrets anymore -- something is going to leak, always because it's about money and buying the story. It's that kind of stuff that I feel sorry about, on both sides. Romney's been picked on for things he doesn't deserve to be picked on for and Obama's been picked on for many things that he doesn't deserve to be picked on for. But it's just the nature of the game right now."
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