Schumer said she would move to Spain if Trump won the presidency, while Cher proclaimed that she would move even farther away from America by catching a flight to Jupiter. Lena Dunham and Neve Campbell decided they would stay a little closer to Hollywood by heading to Canada, and Miley Cyrus didn’t specify where she would go. “We’re all just f**king jam between his rich a*s toes!” Cyrus wrote of Trump in a March 2 Instagram post. “Honestly f**k this s**t I am moving if this is my president! I don’t say things I don’t mean!).”
Miley Cyrus’ most recent Instagram post about Donald Trump — a screenshot of a Washington Post article about him getting booed at a polling station — has been flooded with thousands of celebratory comments from Trump supporters and internet trolls who want Miley to get out of America.
“I hope you are packed! do us a favor and don’t come back, please,” @udjlopez wrote. “You are a bad image to little girls, real talk. You might consider going to Saudi Arabia is a nice place to live and you might like it.”
“Go and move out! Puppet of the media!!” @peaksteam demanded.
“Now u need to get moving like you said you would u filthy skank,” @dannycats_mom wrote.
“If I say you would be missed that would make me a bigger liar than Hillary! Pack up your clown couture and get going!” @anniewolfe303 commented.
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Miles wants NOTHING to do with Donald. She’s repeatedly made posts about how dangerous and offensive he is (even calling him a “f*cking nightmare”), but her hated for him reached it’s peak when she said she would “move out da country” if he won. Yikes!
If you know before Miley Cyrus posted a video and said that I HATE DONALD TRUMP.
Miley Cyrus has just tweeted a sensitively emotional video in which she called for compassion, peace, and empathy.
“Given the result [of the election], maybe I really am different… but maybe a lot of people that I’m surrounded by think with open arms and open minds like I do,” the tearful pop star said. “I’ve been very vocal for my support for everyone besides Donald Trump — heavily supported Bernie, heavily supported Hillary, and I still think that, in her lifetime, she deserves to be the first female president, and that’s what makes me so sad. I wish she had an opportunity because she fought for so long and because I believe her when she says that she loves this country. This is all she’s ever done; she’s given her life to make it better.”
Cyrus also discussed Trump’s decision to use The Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” during his acceptance speech. The 23-year-old acknowledged the sentiment of the song as a means to spring into a peaceful future.
“Hopefully we adjust and we accept everyone for who they are, and, so, Donald Trump, I accept you,” she said. “This hurts to say, but I even accept you as President of the United States, and that’s fine, because, now, I want to be a hopeful hippie. I want to be hopeful that you will step in, too.”
After that she thanked President Barack Obama, breaking down as she expressed gratitude for the things he’s accomplished across his eight-year tenure.
Cyrus also pleaded for a peaceful transition of power and ideas as Trump takes office.
“Treat people with love, treat people with compassion, and I will do the same for you,” she said. “Anything you every want to talk about or understand… if you want to open your mind and open your heart, I would love to give you the..
Miley Cyrus said she would prefer a North Korean nuclear attack on the US to the presidency of Donald Trump.
In May 2017, several dubious web sites published a story quoting the pop singer Miley Cyrus saying that she’d rather North Korea launched nuclear war against the United States than have Donald Trump as president.
The web site RedInfo simply posted the following headline:
Miley Cyrus Says: I Hate Trump So Much That I’d Rather Have North Korea Nuke Us To Death.