Steven Spielberg will not be directing the Democratic Party

Steven Spielberg won’t be helping to market and re-brand the Democratic Party — despite claims to the contrary. The Washington Post recently reported that, in the wake of its defeats in November’s midterm elections, the Democrats turned to the director for a makeover.

Outgoing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi “has turned to director Steven Spielberg for help rebranding House Democrats,” the paper said.

Spielberg, a longtime Democratic supporter, worked on the 2008 Democratic National Convention and recently helped raise funds for President Obama.

“News that he is advising the leading Democrat in the House on building a strong party brand would seem to be a different — and more expansive — role than Spielberg has played in the past,” notes the Post.

But a rep for Spielberg insists this isn’t the case.

“Steven has made it his career to direct actors, not political figures,” said his spokesman Marvin Levy.

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