Even Miley Cyrus is commenting on Donald Trump’s increasing lead in the race for the GOP nomination. It turns out that Miley is no fan of Trump either and seems pretty shocked that the billionaire businessman has been pegged as the Republican front-runner in the 2016 presidential race. Cyrus jumped on Instagram as Super Tuesday wound to a close with her reaction over Trump’s huge lead over both Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
Miley isn’t partying in the U.S.A, anymore if Donald Trump wins. The “Wrecking Ball” singer posted the results of the Republican presidential candidates on Instagram with the caption, “gonna vom / move out da country. #aintapartyindausaanymo.” Miley’s post shows that Trump is now sitting with 182 delegates compared to Rubio’s 28 and Cruz’ 22.
This isn’t the first time that Miley Cyrus has commented on Donald Trump and the 2016 presidential election. Just after hearing that David Duke, the former KKK leader, had cosigned for Trump, Miley jumped on Instagram and posted a picture of The Donald. The caption read, “Donald Trump is a f***ing nightmare” according to Celebuzz.
It looks like Miley Cyrus is in good company, or at least, the company of a lot of other celebrities who also think Donald Trump is a horrible choice for president. Jon Stewart has talked about the nightmare that is Trump’s campaign and his replacement on The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, recently illustrated just how much Trump sounds like a fascist.
Google searches for 'How To Move To Canada' surged 350% during #SuperTuesday.
— X92.9 (@X929) March 2, 2016
As with most presidential elections, there have been many threats to leave the country if certain candidates of choice are not elected. This time around, though, many are saying they will leave if Trump is elected and Miley is included. Other celebrities who have said threatened to move to another country before they will live in a the United States run by Donald Trump include Rosie O’Donnell, Samuel L. Jackson, Cher, and Whoopi Goldberg.
“THE ARISTOCRATS!” – President Donald Trump after being sworn into office Jan. 2017 pic.twitter.com/F8L3I9VntO
— Lincoln Michel (@TheLincoln) March 2, 2016
Even many Republicans are threatening to leave if Donald Trump wins the nomination and right now, it looks like he really might. Even after Bernie Sanders supporters were heavily criticized for threatening a third party candidate if Hillary Clinton wins the nomination from the Democrats, some Republicans are threatening to do the same thing now.
Donald Trump himself has threatened to run as a third party if the Republicans don’t give him the nomination. Many in the GOP are resistant to a Trump presidency and he has very few actual endorsements with the recent exception of Chris Christie. Recently, Republican Senator Ben Sasse urged Republicans to choose the third party candidate in a case where Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination. While Sasse said he would not vote for Hillary Clinton, he’s not opposed to opposing the Republican nomination and voting for someone else.
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 2, 2016
Just to be fair, there is some celebrity and political support for Donald Trump. In addition to Chris Christie endorsing Trump, Paul LePage seems to have followed suit, joining Sarah Palin, who has been very supportive of Trump’s bid. Additionally, Trump has earned the endorsements of Lou Ferrigno, Garey Busey, and Stephen Baldwin. A few of the musicians listed as avid Trump supporters are Ted Nugent and Kid Rock. You get the picture.
So what are we going to do if Donald Trump is elected? Not everyone can move out of the country like Miley Cyrus or the slew of other celebrities currently threatening to vacate the United States. What are your plans if Donald Trump becomes president? Will you “Party in the U.S.A.” or will you “Breakout?”
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