Celebs Leaving U.S?
Before the final results of the United States Presidential election came out, several celebrities were apprehensive about staying in the country in case Donald Trump wins. The like of Chelsea Handler, Whoopi Goldberg and Amy Schumer said that they move to another country once the real estate mogul become the highest elected official in the land.

Now that the voters selected Trump over the controversy-hounded Hillary Clinton, many got cold feet. Most of them even tried to come with several excuses just to break their word.

Handler, who hosts "Chelsea" on Netflix, tearfully said on her show that she will remain in the U.S. What?! Many were hoping that we can finally get rid of people like her.

"It's so easy to say throw in the towel and that we're going to leave or I'm going to move to Spain, because I want to move to Spain. I really, really want to move to Spain right now," she told her audience. "And everyone in my office is like, 'You have a responsibility, you have a voice and you need to use it and you have to be there.'"

Yeah right.

Goldberg told viewers of "The View" that she had been "incorrectly lumped in" with celebrities who had claimed they would leave if Trump was elected.

"I'm sorry to disillusion you, but I'm not leaving the country that I was born and raised in," Goldberg said.

Last 9 November, Schumer shared an Instagram post, claiming that "the interview where I said I would move was in London and was said in jest."

Other stars who have talked about moving in the event of a Trump win include Cher, Bryan Cranston, Lena Dunham, Sienna Miller and Samuel L. Jackson. So far, none have confirmed plans to leave the country.

On "Fox & Friends Weekend" last 13 November, Pete Hegseth called this another example of "Hollywood duplicity."

This is a grim reminder to everyone not to trust these celebrities again.