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Prime Minister Irwin? Bindi talks possible political life

Bindi Irwin has spoken on her possible political ambitions.
Bindi Irwin has spoken on her possible political ambitions. Contributed

BINDI Irwin has joked about running for Prime Minister of Australia and even President of the United States in a new interview on her political ambitions.

In an interview with E! News in the US, Bindi spoke on everything from her late father Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, living at Australia Zoo and working on movies and documentaries.

She also discussed her work with politicians on her wildlife and conservation ideologies. 

Should Bindi Irwin get involved in politics some day?

This poll ended on 30 November 2013.

Current Results

Yes - she's got great ideas and is passionate about what she does

51%

No - there are other ways for her to get her message out there

48%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

"Who knows. I could end up in politics. President? Prime Minister? I'm kidding," she said with a laugh.

"With my life I've been involved with politics. We work a lot with politicians and so throughout my life I think politics will be a part of who I am and stay with me. I'd love to continue to work with politicians.

She didn't rule out a run for government herself through.

"Whether or not I become directly involved I'm not sure but it's really important in life to work with politicians and make a difference."

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