'Donald Trump is a nightmare': Miley Cyrus reveals her political leanings on instagram
Miley Cyrus has taken to Instagram to express her grievances with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
Los Angeles: Pop star Miley Cyrus has taken to Instagram to express her grievances with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
The 23-year-old singer-actress slammed the Republican presidential candidate for playing God by promising to protect the rights of animal killers, reported Ace Showbiz.
In the first post, Cyrus chose a photo of Trump with the caption: "Donald Trump is a nightmare!"
She continued her post with a photo of the Republican candidate posing with hunter Rebecca Francis who endorsed him.
Francis, who is infamous for shooting down a giraffe and other exotic animals, believes Trump will protect the rights of hunters, sportswomen and men.
"Yes. That is a tear rolling down my cheek dripping off the end of my nose," Cyrus captioned the picture.
"This makes me so unbelievable scared and sad.... Not only for our country but for animals that I love more than anything in this world."
She continued, "It is not your job to decide when a living things life is over .... & You dt are not god no matter how much you think you are!!! (& if he doesn't think he is "God" he thinks he is the chosen one..."
Cyrus said she would move out of the country if he's elected to be US president.
"I don't say things I don't mean!" she wrote. A short while later, she posted a photo of two hands holding each other and covered in blood. "I'm gonna puke ..... This what our future looks like with DT," she captioned it.
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