As it currently stands, Donald Trump is the GOP frontrunner for the presidential nomination. Unless something unexpected happens, he will be appearing on the general election ballots in November 2024.
Many question how the Democrat-led lawsuits and criminal trials will impact his election chances. But Democrats are growing increasingly worried about Joe Biden, whose approval has long been low.
Most Hollywood celebrities are outspoken Democrats. And, with the advent of social media, these stars have frequently commented on American politics. Now, iconic singer Cher has just given America an ultimatum on 2024.
Left-wing pop star Cher says she will leave the United States if former President Donald Trump is re-elected, claiming that she “almost got an ulcer” when Trump was elected president in 2016.
“I almost got an ulcer the last time [Trump was elected],” Cher told the Guardian in an interview published Wednesday, adding, “If he gets in, who knows? This time I will leave [the country].”
Cher told The Guardian that if Trump is re-elected next year, she will leave the country. She had claimed that when Trump was elected in 2016, she almost suffered an ulcer. Does almost getting something count as an affliction?
Other Democrat celebrities have been very vocal about their dislike of Donald Trump.
But the frequent attacks on Trump by celebrities appear to only encourage regular Americans to support him more. These actors and entertainers are considered part of the “elite” system that Trump supporters despise. Their hatred of Trump only confirms to many that he is the man they want in the Oval Office.
Entitled celebrities have long threatened to move away from the U.S., if Republican candidates win. Countless Hollywood figures vowed to leave in the aftermath of 2016. To date, few have ever done so.
Will Cher really move out of the country if Trump is elected? History suggests there is no way she is going to.
- Cher claimed she will move out of the U.S. if Trump is re-elected.
- The signer said she “almost” got an ulcer when Trump won in 2016.
- Celebrities frequently promise to leave America when Republicans win, but they never do.