Trump renounces U.S. citizenship, moves to Russia
MOSCOW – Failed former GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump announced he had renounced his American citizenship and planned to move to Russia via Twitter on Sunday morning, saying, "To hell with you losers!"
Apparently, the Tweet was in reference to Trump's humiliating loss to President Hillary Rodham Clinton in November's election, when the American people roundly rejected the former reality TV star and delivered her a landslide 3 million-vote victory.
According to RT, his private jet touched down in Moscow Sunday afternoon, carrying him and most of his family. Notably missing were Trump's ex-wife Melania—who filed a restraining order against her husband immediately after the election—and Tiffany Trump, who was reportedly forgotten in the United States.
In an interview with Russia Today TV on the tarmac, Trump explained his desire to move Russia stemmed from his hatred of the American people - especially women, blacks, Latinos, Jews, gays, and the disabled - his love of Russian hospitality, and his financial reliance on Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin.
“What a country [Russia] is…I am so happy to be welcomed here, away from the carnage of the United States. It's an inner city, all of it. Now, I just have to find that bed I slept in last time…did I say that out loud? […] I did? […] No I didn’t. You said it. You're fake news!” he told the baffled Kremlin reporter.
Putin was unable to greet Trump when he landed, as he was reportedly too upset and angry with the diplomatic skill of President Hillary Clinton to leave his room.