‘Wrecking Ball’ singer slams Trump after his ‘Super Tuesday’ success

Miley Cyrus (left) is known for her TV role as Hannah Montana and a revealing music video performance on an eponymous wrecking ball. Donald Trump (right) is considered to be a different kind of ball altogether, who would wreck America if he got into the White House.

Out of the mouths (or in this case, Instagram accounts) of babes…*

Donald Trump’s bid to win the Republican presidential nomination has gone from a bad joke to an increasingly terrifying reality after the former host of The Apprentice won 234 delegates on Super Tuesday.

Yes, this is kind of news that makes you wake up screaming in the middle of the night, drenched in sweat and praying it was all just a bad dream. Alas, it’s the reality we’re living in and Miley Cyrus had a pretty succinct way of summing it all up.

“Donald Trump is a —-ing nightmare,” the singer wrote on Instagram.

If her stance on Trump wasn’t clear, she followed up by posting an image of Trump leading in the polls that she captioned, “gonna vom/move out da country. #aintapartyindausaanymo.”

And Cyrus apparently wasn’t alone in her tentative plan to move abroad.

* If you like that sort of thing.

Source: Miley Cyrus Feels the Same Way About Donald Trump As You Probably Do – WhoSay

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4 thoughts on “‘Wrecking Ball’ singer slams Trump after his ‘Super Tuesday’ success

  1. John

    Yep, and from what I heard on ITV news last night, from the way Robert Moore and others were talking, you’d think that Sanders wasn’t even IN the race any more, and it was just between Trump and Clinton (and I don’t trust Clinton), with an almost certainty that Trump was going to win. There must be quite a way to go yet though, because I understand that things don’t reach their conclusion til November??

  2. Joan Edington

    I read the headline and instantly thought Springsteen. I expect his views would be pretty similar though.

  3. magicmiss

    They did the same to Ron Paul, it was like he didn’t exist. The winner has already been picked at Bohemian grove, The election is just to let the peasants think they have a choice, & to make money. 🙁

  4. Terry Davies

    similar principle happened when the tories gained power. Trump represents only himself and presents as a loose cannon and rebel.
    Clinton represents herself and her family interests. presents in more of a political and smarmy manner and both are undesirable. what a choice for USA voters. !!

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