The US actress and campaigner angelina jolie has not ruled out a move into politics and said: "I'll go where I'm needed." Other stars of Hollywood like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Cynthia Nixon have gone in for such a change. Moreover, presidents of the United States included the likes of Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump who had been a part of showbiz before they stepped into the political arena. Angelina (43) has dropped hints that she could follow the trend.

Sky News reports Angelina Jolie is a mother-of-six and is involved in many humanitarian activities.

Right now, she is a special envoy for UN refugee agency, the UNHCR. It has given her an opportunity to interact and work with people. By virtue of this role, she got a chance to work with different governments in order to understand various problems. Those are positives that will help her if she does enter politics.

She was frank during the interview

During her interview on the BBC, Angelina Jolie admitted that she would never hesitate to go wherever needed.

When the talks turned to possibilities of a White House campaign and whether she could be one of the Democrats running for the party's presidential nomination, she laughed. Four years ago, she launched a campaign with then foreign secretary William Hague. The subject related to using rape as a weapon in war zones. She wanted to abolish that inhuman practice.

She was frank in the interview. "I don't know if I'm fit for politics” is how she put it. She also said – “I honestly will do whatever I think can really make a change."

Jolie’s future plans could include politics

According to the BBC, the future plans of Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie could include politics. She was frank when she said that 20 years back she would have dismissed any such idea.

During the interview, she covered a wide range of subjects, many of them sensitive in nature. Being a member of the UN refugee agency the UNHCR, she saw the global refugee crisis from close quarters and was aware of the problems that girls and women face. She has experience of working with governments and with the military. These could prove useful if she enters politics.

She also dwelt at length on social media platforms and the effect they have on kids. She admitted that it is well-nigh impossible to monitor activities of children on the internet. She could be working with the BBC on a new weekly children's news program. Their target audience would be seven to 12-year-olds, and the topics covered would be international news related to subjects that are relevant in today’s world. Incidentally, while she focuses on the plight of others, Angelina Jolie had been suffering from some medical issues.