Given any convex polygon in the plane, is it always possible to find a point $p$ in its interior such that when we draw the line segments from $p$ to each of its vertices, the angles formed at $p$ are all (not necessarily equal) rational multiples of $\pi$?

For a triangle $T$, it's easy to construct such a point, namely the Steiner point $p$ will do, enjoying three angles of measure $2\pi/3$ each, between $p$ and any two adjacent vertices of $T$. But is this known in general?