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Rob Lowe 'in' for West Wing reboot and says he should play president: 'There's your show'

Independent Wednesday, 12 June 2019
'I'm in my suit ready to play Sam Seaborn,' says Lowe
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Rob Lowe wants to lead a reboot of 'The West Wing' with his character Sam Seaborn as president.

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