November 09, 2016 0 Comments

LIST: Celebrities who said they would leave the country if Donald Trump became President of the United States of America

WASHINGTON - Donald Trump receieved a historic mandate Tuesday night as Republicans won the House, Senate and White House. The following is a list of famous celebrities who have publicly said they would leave the United States if Donald Trump was elected president. Now that Trump won do you think they will make good on their promise? If we missed someone or if you have something to say please leave a comment below. 

  1. Amy Schumer
  2. Lena Dunham
  3. Jennifer Lawrence
  4. Barry Diller
  5. Barbra Streisand
  6. Bryan Cranston
  7. Jon Stewart
  8. Cher
  9. Chelsea Handler
  10. Samuel L. Jackson
  11. Whoopi Goldberg
  12. Neve Campbell
  13. Keegan-Michael Key
  14. George Lopez
  15. Ne-Yo
  16. Rev. Al Sharpton
  17. Raven-Symoné
  18. Eddie Griffin
  19. Omari Hardwick
  20. Jenny Slate
  21. Zosia Mamet
  22. Chloe Sevigny
  23. Natasha Lyonne
  24. Elisabeth Moss
  25. Spike Lee
  26. Kathryn Hahn
  27. Lily Depp
  28. Gabrielle Union
  29. Matt Damon
  30. Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  31. Will.I.Am





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