Miley Cyrus CRUSHED By Loss And Having To Move, Cries Like A Baby After Talking So Much Sh*t (VIDEO)

Miley Cyrus

Throughout this election, countless celebrities have threatened to leave the country if Donald Trump were to be elected President. Among those on the list are Jon Stewart, Lena Dunham, Al Sharpton, Whoopi Goldberg, Cher, Amy Schumer, Barbara Streisand, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

This wasn’t their intent, but their threats were some of the best endorsements Trump got. Not only do we get a border wall that Mexico pays for – we get rid of Lena Dunham too!

I wish I could’ve seen all of their reactions once Trump scored the nomination (Dunham’s in particular). Lucky for all of us, we get to view at least one of those meltdowns.

As TMZ reported:

Miley Cyrus just made a tearful plea after Donald Trump‘s stunning win over Hillary Clinton.

Miley’s explaining exactly why she’s sad — and man, is she sad.

In the clip she does accept Donald as her next POTUS, but it came with a ton of waterworks.

Watch below:

She concludes her tearful plea, stating ““Please just treat people with love, and treat people with compassion, and treat people with respect, and I will do the same for you,” she said, offering to be available for her fans. “If you want to open your mind and open your heart, I would love to give you a key. Thank you so much. Thank you Hillary for inspiring all of us.”

Who exactly did Hillary Clintin inspire, and how? Aside from inspiring someone to become a crooked two-faced politician who couldn’t beat Donald Trump, whose she going to inspire? The woman’s career is over.

Now, if Miley really is so distraught, let’s encourage her to make good on her promise to leave the country.


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