Bryan Cranston: I'll Leave If Trump Elected

"I’d be an expatriate."

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston now includes himself among the celebrities vowing to leave the United States if GOP candidate Donald Trump becomes POTUS on November 8. 

In an interview with The Bestseller Experiment podcast, the actor  said that he "absolutely" would exfiltrate himself to Canada under President Trump. 

"I would definitely move," said Cranston. "It’s not real to me that that would happen. I hope to God it won’t. It wouldn’t be a vacation. I’d be an expatriate."

The only positive to a Trump presidency, according to Cranston, would be that writers and filmmakers would have a surplus of material to create product. 

"There will be books written, movies made," he said. "I’m telling you, there will be theatrical productions about Donald Trump because of the anomaly that he presented."

When asked if he would ever consider playing Trump in a movie, Cranston said that would be considerably hard for him. 

“For me to play someone like Donald Trump, I would first need to have some time to calm down from him because I do have a judgment of him, and it’s virtually impossible to play someone that you have a judgment on, because then you’re slanted," Cranston said.

"I need to come at it from a place of neutrality so that I can build a character and justify what I say, what I do, at all times. It’s hard for me to imagine trying to justify what this man has said and done."

Cranston now joins Lena Dunham, Rosie O'Donnell, Jon Stewart, Barbara Streisand, and many more celebrities vowing to leave if Trump becomes president. 

Talk is cheap.