Whoa, Canada: Will These Celebs Actually Move North Now That Trump Has Won White House?
Stars like Bryan Cranston and Robert De Niro promised to move in the event of a Trump victory.
Would the celebrities who threatened to flee to Canada if Donald Trump was elected president actually go through with it?
Following the news of Trump’s impending presidency, rapper Snoop Dogg asked Canadian musician Drake to help him move to Toronto.
In the weeks leading up to the election, Robert De Niro had said if Trump became president he would "move out of the country." He also created a campaign video calling Trump a "bulls*** artist" and pleaded with viewers not to vote for him.
The Raging Bull actor has not addressed his statement since Trump's win.
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston threatened to leave America for its neighbor to the north should Trump become president.
The actor has not addressed the situation, but is hopeful that Trump will bring unity to America.
Although shocked and disappointed by the outcome, I hope the pres-elect will work to unify our wounded country. I sincerely wish him success— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) November 9, 2016
Miley Cyrus broke down in tears on her social media pages after Trump was elected president. She, along with actress Lena Dunham, Amy Schumer, and others vowed to move to Canada if the real estate tycoon won.
On Wednesday morning, many of Trump’s followers on Twitter mocked the Hollywood stars that said they would leave the country.
— Craig R. Brittain (@CraigRBrittain) November 9, 2016
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) November 9, 2016
— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) November 9, 2016
Miley Cyrus— Young Conservatives (@YoungCons) November 9, 2016
People who promised to leave America if Trump wins. #ElectionNight ???
In the wake of Clinton’s defeat, the question looms — did her A-list celebrity endorsements actually hurt her?
Clinton had Beyonce, Jay Z, Bruce Springsteen, LeBron James, Madonna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Jon Bon Jovi all campaign for her, right to the bitter end.
Sharon Waxman of TheWrap.com told Inside Edition: “I do think that celebrities who worked for her take it as a personal injury, as a personal rebuke... because so many put themselves out there in some way.”
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