Kevin Spacey isn’t a president. He just plays one (Frank Underwood) on Netflix. But he can’t avoid being asked what he thinks about the current primary dramas.

Kevin Spacey of “House of Cards.” Photo via Wikimedia Commons
So when the “House of Cards” cast was in Washington on Monday to promote the show’s fourth season premiere — at Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery — Spacey got asked the P-questions.

“It’s sort of silly to compare the two,” Vanity Fair reported after a reporter asked whether House of Cards was more unpredictable than an election.

“They’re both a little bit unpredictable in that audiences have no idea where we’re gonna go and what we’re gonna do, and I think that’s part of the enjoyment that an audience has—they don’t really know.

“At the same time, I happen to believe that we get what we deserve. … It’s really fun to blur fact and fiction to the point where no one f—–g knows what’s going on.”

Earlier this week, we unveiled a portrait of Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood from the series “House of Cards” at the…

Posted by Smithsonian on Thursday, February 25, 2016

MasterClass Junior with Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey and Jimmy read scenes written by elementary school kids who were only given the title “House of Cards” and had to write the rest.

Posted by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, February 23, 2016

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