Crowdpac’s ‘WHCD Celebrity Twinner’

Hollywood and the District can make for some awkward encounters at White House Correspondents' dinner, if not matched appropriately.

Crowdpac, the “independent, non-partisan and for-profit” website, posted an article this morning entitled “WHCD Celebrity Twinner,” laying out which celebrities and politicians should sit together at Saturday’s dinner to avoid awkward partisan elbow rubbing.

The website does not explain how they calculated the political twins’ “Crowdpac score,” so it’s anything but scientific. However, it’s still pretty fun. The cast of Ocean Eleven (Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and George Clooney) found themselves on the extreme end of the liberal spectrum, as they were paired with Nancy Wade (if you don’t know who that is, don’t feel bad cause we didn’t either), Tammy Baldwin, and Elizabeth Warren:

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The self-described “Liberal Twins” list is also a bit of a misnomer, as some how Donald Trump and Clint Eastwood made it on the chart:

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Not exactly sure how anyone could consider Trump and Eastwood as “moderate,” but political twins? Maybe.