Last night early this week, George Clooney was on the red carpet at the White House having dinner with the President and the British Prime Minster. He and his date were laughing and having a good time, then it was back home to LA.

Then he went back to Washington DC to spend some quality time protesting at the Sundanese Embassy. He is protesting the actions of Sudan's president Omar Al-Bashir, an alleged war criminal, who has been bombing his own villages around the country.

Rest assured, George Clooney was fine, as were his co-hosts in protest: Clooney's Father Nick Clooney; President of United to End Genocide and former Congressman Tom Andrews; Congressmen Jim McGovern, D-MA, Al Green, D-TX, Jim Moran, D-VA., and John Olver D-MA; Martin Luther King III, NAACP President Ben Jealous; and Enough Project Co-Founder John Prendergast.

There is even some video for the paparazzi.
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