“I worry,” Streisand told CBS’s “60 Minutes”, reports Breibart. “I don’t take anything for granted. I want Hillary Clinton to be President of the United States. But there is still a lot of sexism, and ‘A woman being president?’ you know, and making fun of her, the way [Donald Trump] insults her right and left, and has no facts.”
“I can’t believe it,” she continued. “I’m either coming to your country, [Australia], if you’ll let me in, or Canada.”
According to the Los Angeles Times celebrity endorsement tracker, Streisand joins fellow singers Christina Aguilera, Cher, and Lady Gaga in her support of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Miley Cyrus, a fellow singer and Clinton supporter, posted a photo of Trump’s delegate counter to her Instagram page in March, along with the caption “gonna vom / move out da country. @aintapartyindausaanymo”.
Trump has responded to some of the celebrities who have threatened to leave the country in response to his presidency.
In April, Lena Dunham stated she would move to Vancouver, Canada, if Trump were elected president.
Trump spoke with Fox News the following day, and was asked about the comment.
"Well, she's a B-actor,” Trump began, reports Politico. “You know, she has no — you know, no mojo."
"I heard Whoopi Goldberg too,” Trump continued. “That would be a great thing for our country. … Now I have to get elected because I'll be doing a great service to our country. Now it's much more important. In fact, I'll immediately get off this call and start campaigning right now."