Fred Thompson made yet another cameo appearance Tuesday — but this time he showed up in the Senate instead of “Law & Order.”
The former Republican senator from Tennessee and 2008 presidential candidate hung out in Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellRepublicans at risk in 2018 steering clear of town halls GOP rep on Trump: 'God has used imperfect people to do great things before' McConnell: 'Winners make policy, losers go home' MORE’s (R-Ky.) office before the weekly GOP policy lunch. When the food bell rang, he walked through his old stomping grounds with his successor, fellow Tennessean Sen. Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderOvernight Healthcare: Trump officials weigh fate of birth control mandate | House, DOJ seek delay in ObamaCare lawsuit House, Justice Department ask for delay in ObamaCare lawsuit Top lawmakers from both parties: 'Vaccines save lives' MORE (R), to get a bite to eat.
Thompson seems to do it all these days. He wrote a book last year, appeared on the hit CBS show “The Good Wife” earlier this year and just wrapped a yet-to-be-revealed feature film shot on Long Island, N.Y. (“I’m not the publicist for it, so I don’t want to get out in front of it,” he said.)
But there’s one thing the goateed actor is not prepared to do yet — endorse a candidate in the GOP presidential primary.
“I don’t have any inclinations right now,” he said after giving a quick “nope” when asked if he had any advice for the scandal-plagued Herman Cain.