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Lindsay Lohan always keeps us guessing—even when it comes to her presidential pick.
The 26-year-old actress initially voiced her support for Mitt Romney, but now it appears LiLo is throwing her weight behind President Barack Obama.
During Monday night's presidential debate, the Mean Girls starlet reportedly retweeted (and has since deleted) a pro-Obama tweet from the Democrat's re-election feed.
The tweet? "RT if you're #ProudOfObama as our commander in chief."
Lohan live-tweeted the debate, writing that she was "so nervous" for the candidates' final face-off.
She weighed in on education in the States, agreeing with Obama, Romney and Sarah Silverman that "Teachers are the BEST!" She also reprimanded Vanity Fair for a snarky tweet, telling the mag, "We should be focusing on @BarackObama and @mittromney's policies rather than their personal cliff-hangers w/women."
But in the end, Lohan was impressed by both White House contenders. "Nice work to both @BarackObama and @mittromney," she wrote. "I'm so relieved that [the debate is] over. Maybe more than both of you…severe anxiety- God bless xo L"
So diplomatic! Maybe L.L. has a future in government herself.