Miley Cyrus in tears over Trump election

 
Miley Cyrus in tears over Trump election
Miley Cyrus has an emotional breakdown after she finds out that Donald Trump has been elected president.

In a new video, the singer truly has a hit-by-a wrecking ball-moment as she takes to tears over Hillary Clinton's defeat and Donald Trump's triumph in the election.

Although Miley Cyrus has repeatedly promised to leave the country if Trump would win, there was mysteriously no mention of it this time.

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Instead she felt terrible for Hillary who failed to become the first female president, and she praised Barack Obama for his efforts as president, not fully aware of his - or Hillary's - shady efforts of course, especially with regards to the Middle East, arming ISIS, and receiving money from the same people who fund ISIS.

And then there is Benghazi, which Cyrus probably believes is a spicy Indian dish.

She cries, we laugh:



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