Betty White in a scene from the movie "You Again", Disney Enterprises
President Obama continues to get Hollywood love.
The actress Betty White is enthusiastically endorsing Obama for a second term. White, 90, who described herself as bi-partisan and typically keeps her political views private, said in an Associated Press interview that she "very, very much favors" Obama in the November election. White, who has bit of a cult following with the younger set, spoke just days after Obama raised $15 million for his reelection campaign at a fundraiser hosted by actor George Clooney.
White said she likes how the president "represents us," but didn't delve into any specifics.
White is perhaps most famous for her role as Rose Nylund in the 1980s television show "The Golden Girls," a comedy about the escapades of four older ladies living together in Miami.
By Aamer Madhani, USA TODAY