Cher Threatens to Leave the Country If Donald Trump is Re-Elected: ‘I Almost Got an Ulcer the Last time’

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Cher has never been shy about her feelings about Donald Trump. The pop icon spent much of Trump’s one-and-done White House term calling out the now four-times indicted former reality TV star for his divisive policies and pronouncements, at one point dubbing DT “President Troll.”


But with Trump still holding a commanding lead over the large group of Republican rivals who are vying against him for the GOP’s nomination in next year’s presidential election — despite the Donald racking up 91 felony counts in four separate cases tied to alleged mishandling of classified documents, falsifying business records, obstructing justice and conspiring to overturn the 2020 election he lost — the “Believe” singer is already making contingency plans.

Speaking to England’s Guardian, Cher, 77, said she is horrified by the possibility that Trump, also 77, could potentially move back into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. if he wins re-election next year in a rematch with President Joe Biden. “I almost got an ulcer the last time,” she said of Trump’s tumultuous four-year term, which concluded with the deadly Jan. 6, 2021 assault on the U.S. Capital by Trump’s followers.

“If he get in, who knows?” Cher said. “This time I will leave [the country].” During the 2016 election, Cher threatened to “leave the planet” if then-political neophyte Trump was elected.

The singer who is gearing up to release her first-ever Christmas album, Christmas, also spoke to the Guardian about about the rise in anti-trans legislation. “It’s something like 500 bills they’re trying to pass,” the longtime ally of the LGBTQ community said about the raft of legislation being pushed by conservative lawmakers across the nation over the past year targeting trans people, drag queens and queer culture. “I was with two trans girls the other night – and of course my own child [Chaz is trans]. I was saying ‘We’ve got to stand together.’ I don’t know what their eventual plan is for trans people. I don’t put anything past them.”

The 13-track Christmas album — featuring guests Cyndi Lauper, Michael Bublé, Stevie Wonder and Tyga — is due out on Friday (Oct. 20).

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