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Charlie Sheen wants to run for president?

By Sean O’Connell As lawyers convened in a courtroom to discuss whether Charlie Sheen’s lawsuit against his former employers at “Two and a Half Men” should be held in public or private, the actor showed he has no problems airing his dirty laundry in front of paying fans.

Sheen’s live tour pulled into Washington, D.C. Tuesday night, and Sheen openly discussed his custody battle as well as his plans to one day run for president. (A joke, we hope.)

“For starters, I was f—king born here, how about that? And I got proof! Nothing photoshopped about my birth certificate,” the warlock joked, according to Politico.

“I know I promised this wouldn’t be political, but look where we f— are, man!”

The report also says Sheen dealt with an obscene amount of hecklers, though he wisely brought out professional roaster Jeff Ross, who received the evening’s biggest laughs.

“Just when I thought Washington, D.C. couldn’t be any slimier, the Violent Torpedo of Truth tour rolls in,” Ross said, before asking Charlie, “Why don’t you go visit the White House, which is also the nickname for your nostrils?”

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