NY Daily News offers guide to ‘fleeing’ Trump’s America
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A major New York newspaper on Wednesday published a cover story detailing steps for "fleeing" America after Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpAssange meets U.S. congressman, vows to prove Russia did not leak him documents A history lesson on the Confederacy for President Trump GOP senator: Trump hasn't 'changed much' since campaign MORE cemented his status as the GOP presidential front-runner in Super Tuesday voting.

“The mere thought of President Trump taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017, has already led to threats from U.S. citizens that they would leave our red, white and blue behind if The Donald reaches the White House,” New York Daily News’s Meg Warner wrote in her guide to leaving the country.

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“The tycoon-turned-politician won at least seven states on Super Tuesday, putting him one step closer to the White House, and his critics — and they’re plentiful — are one step closer to the border."

Warner’s article recommends several destinations for everyday Americans frustrated by Trump’s popularity.

“Trust expats who have already fled their countries: Singapore might be your best bet,” she wrote. "The island nation boasts the top quality of life for expats, according to a 2015 survey of expats by InterNations, a 2 million-person strong network of migrants.

“When it comes to personal finances, Ecuador might be the answer,” Warner continued. "It ranks No. 1 for cost of living and is high on the list for just plain happiness.

“Love Americans, but hate America? Mexico could be your new home. There are already 849,000 Americans living south of the border, making it home to more American-born travelers than any other country in the world, the Migration Policy Institute reports."

Wednesday’s cover story is not the first New York Daily News has published hammering Trump’s White House run. The publication has also written “Trump for Prez” next to a Ku Klux Klan member and called the billionaire’s voters “mindless zombies."

Trump won seven of 11 voting contests on Super Tuesday, the most of anyone in the 2016 Republican field on the single biggest day of the party’s primary so far.