Hmmmm … not gonna lie, guys. This is a not-entirely-unappealing idea:
— The Hill (@thehill) February 25, 2016
More from The Hill:
Al Sharpton said Thursday that if Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is elected president, the outspoken businessman would likely try to deport him.“If Donald Trump is the nominee, I’m open to support anyone [else], while I’m also reserving my ticket to get out of here if he wins, only because he’d probably have me deported anyway,” Sharpton said.
@JayCaruso Is he campaigning for Trump? lol
— Tasha Stevens (@tstevensradio) February 25, 2016
@thehill Sharpton apparently wants Trump to become president.
— Mark Phillips (@phillips4hand) February 25, 2016
Another Trump endorsement. https://t.co/iMQ0h1GHva
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) February 25, 2016
Ha! Seriously, though. For a lot of people who might be Trump-averse or on the fence, the thought of Sharpton getting the boot is a rather pleasant one.
I’d support that https://t.co/HmE73vcLP5
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) February 25, 2016
Honestly, who wouldn't? https://t.co/qErzq9UjWU
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) February 25, 2016
@thehill I might reconsider…..
— Bryan Beltz (@bbeltz1) February 25, 2016
— MsGraceyP (@MsGraceyP) February 25, 2016
@thehill Oh I wish he would. I wasn't planning to vote for Trump but if he promises to deport Al Worthless POS Sharpton, he has my vote.
— RickN (@RickNahat) February 25, 2016
@thehill that seals it for me.
— Chris Barberi (@chrisbarberi) February 25, 2016
@thehill I would support any effort to that end
— Anthony Accorsi (@AnthonyAccorsi) February 25, 2016
— Edgar Poe Symmes III (@IIIPoe) February 25, 2016
@thehill Can I get an AMEN?!!
— Denise Wendel (@MemphisGrits) February 25, 2016