Donald Trump: Lena Dunham Moving To Canada If He Wins 2016 Presidency

Donald Trump dominated the Tuesday, April 26, primaries, and now he's facing down liberal comedienne Lena Dunham. Why? Because Lena Dunham has sworn to move to Canada if The Donald manages to nail down the 2016 U.S. presidency.

As CNN reports, Lena Dunham has sworn to move north to Canada if Donald Trump seals the deal in November 2016.

"I know a lovely place in Vancouver, and I can get my work done from there. I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will."
[Photo by Greg Allen/Invision/AP]Lena Dunham is far from a Trump supporter. Rather, Dunham supports Democratic presidential frontrunner and former First Lady Hillary Clinton. Dunham is the star and creator of the HBO network's hit series Girls, as well as a sworn Barack Obama supporter in 2012. She's also more than willing to leave the United States if Donald Trump manages to snare the White House in 2016.

Lena Dunham is not the first American citizen to declare her willingness to move to Canada if Donald Trump becomes the U.S. president in 2016. Indeed, Google searches for "how to move from the U.S. to Canada" were up over 400 percent after February 2016. The reason? Most likely it was due to a series of Donald Trump U.S. primary wins.

Indeed, if Donald Trump is successful in his 2016 U.S. presidency bid, a Canadian island is waiting in the wings for homeless refugees from the United States of America. Cape Breton, a Canadian Island, has welcomed American citizens to put down roots if Donald Trump secures the 2016 presidency.

As Vanity Fair reports, the Donald Trump/Lena Dunham feud has been a long time coming, and the world has yet to know how it will ultimately play out.

Apparently, Donald Trump has foregone his efforts to sound "more presidential."

Donald Trump
[Photo by John Sommers II/Getty Images]The current drama between Donald Trump and liberal Lena Dunham began on Monday, April 26, when Dunham (an outspoken supporter of Hillary Clinton) told the world (and host Andy Cohen) that she would be relocating to Canada if Donald Trump managed to somehow win the election.
"I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there."
Donald Trump didn't seem to be worried about the negative impact his presidential election might have on the United States should Dunham relocate to Canada in 2017.
"Now I have to get elected because I'll be doing a great service to our country. Now it's much more important. In fact, I'll immediately get off this call and start campaigning right now."
Trump also referred to popular (unapologetically liberal) actress Lena Dunham as "a B actor [with] no mojo."

Not nice, Donald.

Lena Dunham has always been critical of Donald Trump. In fact, she co-authored a recent essay in which she slammed the real estate mogul for a variety of issues from birth control to equal pay. During her protests against Donald Trump, Dunham has been raising a "successful daughter who has had access to those benefits," reports Vanity Fair.

Vanity Fair reports that, as far as the publication could tell, The Donald had never directly addressed Lena Dunham before. However, the magazine believes that the comments issued by the Republican frontrunner are "out of line" with the presidential image Trump has been trying to sell to conservative voters.

According to VF, The Donald is already sick of his new persona. According to the publication, Donald Trump is trying to put his new campaign adviser Paul Manafort in check, after the man in question suggested that Donald Trump's "outsider-dom" is just a contrived image being used to win presidential support.

Vanity Fair concludes that Donald Trump's most recent attack on Lena Dunham is the "perfect embodiment of Hollywood-elite-politico-media axis."

What do you think? Does Donald Trump have a legitimate beef with Lena Dunham, or is it all political theater?

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