Is Lena Dunham a covert Trump supporter?

Lena Dunham, the talentless, plain, corpulent exhibitionist whose low-rated HBO show keeps getting renewed, is offering Americans an incentive to vote for Donald Trump.  Caitlin Yilek of The Hill reports:

Lena Dunham is the latest celebrity to say she’ll hightail it out of the country if Donald Trump is elected president.

“I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will,” Dunham told Andy Cohen at the Matrix Awards on Monday. 

“I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there.” 

Vancouver is a scenic, if rainy, city with a substantial film industry, so I strongly encourage Dunham.  I am sure the stratospheric housing prices there will be no obstacle to her.  For around $2 million, she could get this fire-damaged house that went on the market recently, though it will take considerable work before it is safe to enter:

If Dunham considers herself pretty enough to merit nude scenes, perhaps this is what she means by a "lovely" place.

Donald Trump appreciates the irony of Dunham’s commitment, as reported by Nick Gass of Politico:

Not only would Donald Trump not mind if certain celebrities flee the United States upon his election, the Republican front-runner said Tuesday that their opposition to his candidacy only increases his will to win.

During a telephone interview with "Fox & Friends," Trump was asked about a tweet from Lena Dunham on Monday in which she vowed to leave the U.S. for Vancouver if he is elected president.

Trump's response: "Well, she's a B-actor. You know, she has no — you know, no mojo."

"I heard Whoopi Goldberg too. That would be a great thing for our country," Trump said, as the show flashed a graphic of celebrities who it said would leave the U.S. for Canada, including Dunham, Jon Stewart, and Rosie O'Donnell, with whom the Manhattan real-estate mogul has feuded for years.

When co-host Steve Doocy pointed out that O'Donnell's name on the list, Trump remarked, "Now I have to get elected."

On the other hand, what has Canada ever done to us (aside from the War of 1812) to merit such treatment?

Lena Dunham, the talentless, plain, corpulent exhibitionist whose low-rated HBO show keeps getting renewed, is offering Americans an incentive to vote for Donald Trump.  Caitlin Yilek of The Hill reports:

Lena Dunham is the latest celebrity to say she’ll hightail it out of the country if Donald Trump is elected president.

“I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will,” Dunham told Andy Cohen at the Matrix Awards on Monday. 

“I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there.” 

Vancouver is a scenic, if rainy, city with a substantial film industry, so I strongly encourage Dunham.  I am sure the stratospheric housing prices there will be no obstacle to her.  For around $2 million, she could get this fire-damaged house that went on the market recently, though it will take considerable work before it is safe to enter:

If Dunham considers herself pretty enough to merit nude scenes, perhaps this is what she means by a "lovely" place.

Donald Trump appreciates the irony of Dunham’s commitment, as reported by Nick Gass of Politico:

Not only would Donald Trump not mind if certain celebrities flee the United States upon his election, the Republican front-runner said Tuesday that their opposition to his candidacy only increases his will to win.

During a telephone interview with "Fox & Friends," Trump was asked about a tweet from Lena Dunham on Monday in which she vowed to leave the U.S. for Vancouver if he is elected president.

Trump's response: "Well, she's a B-actor. You know, she has no — you know, no mojo."

"I heard Whoopi Goldberg too. That would be a great thing for our country," Trump said, as the show flashed a graphic of celebrities who it said would leave the U.S. for Canada, including Dunham, Jon Stewart, and Rosie O'Donnell, with whom the Manhattan real-estate mogul has feuded for years.

When co-host Steve Doocy pointed out that O'Donnell's name on the list, Trump remarked, "Now I have to get elected."

On the other hand, what has Canada ever done to us (aside from the War of 1812) to merit such treatment?