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Disney CEO Bob Iger said his wife encouraged him to return to Disney to avoid running for president, CNBC reported.
Iger opened a town hall Monday with Disney employees quoting "Hamilton," according to the report.
He reportedly dismissed speculation about an Apple deal and said he plans to maintain a hiring freeze.
Bob Iger joked Monday that his wife, Willow Bay, told him to return as Disney CEO so he wouldn't run for president, according to a report from CNBC.
Iger made the remark during his first company meeting since returning as CEO, CNBC reported. He opened the meeting by quoting a song from Lin Manuel Miranda's musical Hamilton, the publication said.
"There is no longer a status quo. But the sun is rising and the world is still spinning," Iger quoted sources who attended City Hall as telling CNBC.
A Disney spokesperson did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment and confirmation of Iger's reported remarks.
In a surprise move that resonated throughout the business community, Disney announced last week that Iger would replace Bob Chapek as CEO less than three years after Chapek was handed the role. Insider's Claire Atkinson previously reported that Disney's decision to bring Iger back came within days of a board member reaching out to Iger.
In the past, Iger has expressed interest in running for president. When he first stepped down from his role as Disney CEO in 2020, Iger said on a podcast that he had seriously considered running for office on several occasions. However, Iger later said that his wife scrapped the idea.
"You can run for anything you want, but not with this woman," Iger said, Bay told him.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Iger said Monday at Disney City Hall that the company plans to maintain its hiring freeze that Chapek initiated in early November. The CEO also called any gossip that Apple might acquire Disney "pure speculation," the publication reported.
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Bob Iger
American businessman and former CEO
Bob Chapek
American businessman, CEO of The Walt Disney Company

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