WASHINGTON, April 27, 2016 – All Republicans and supporters of Donald Trump’s campaign for President, hold on to your hats! This is YUGE!
Not only is CNN reporting that The Donald has decisively won all Tuesday’s Republican primary contests “with a clean sweep of races in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Rhode Island” and with impressive percentages to boot. Instapundit’s Ed Driscoll has just added to the excitement by posting the following entry (with links):
FASTER, PLEASE: Lena Dunham Says She’ll Move to Canada if Trump Is Elected.
Related: “List of anti-Trumpers who say they’ll flee the U.S. if he wins now includes Rosie O’Donnell, Lena Dunham, Whoopi Goldberg, Cher, Eddie Griffin, Al Sharpton, Barry Diller and Samuel L. Jackson.”
Make America great again — Trump’s campaign ads write themselves!
The second link above takes us to London’s chatty Daily Mail where we discover an additional appealing tidbit.
“Another ‘View’ co-host, 30-year-old Raven Symone, boasted in February that she already had her escape route to Canada planned if the presidential election doesn’t end the way she wants it to.
“’My confession for this election is if any Republican gets nominated, I’m gonna move to Canada with my entire family,’ she said in February.”
Sounds great, Raven. You go, girl!
That’s 9 reasons to support Donald Trump right there. Alec Baldwin, call your office. Help us make it 10.
The Daily Mail also informs us that celebrity emigration can go both ways when it comes to the inspiring leadership of Donald Trump.
DailyMail.com columnist Katie Hopkins, who appeared in the 2007 season of ‘The Apprentice,’ says she’ll move too – to the United States.
There you have it. Cool Britannia still lives!
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