President Obama’s “anger translator” says he may hightail it out of the country if Donald Trump becomes president.
Keegan-Michael Key, who performed alongside the commander in chief as Obama’s "anger translator" at last April’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, says he’s “not a fan” of Trump.
Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele” star told TMZ.com he would reject any amount of money to write a few jokes for the GOP presidential front-runner.
“Absolutely not,” Key responded when asked if he would help write some comedy bits for Trump “if the price is right.”
“It would be on my conscious, no matter how much money it was. No, no, no — not with him,” Key added.
Asked if he thought immigrants might leave the United States if Trump wins the White House, Key replied with a slight chuckle, “Geez, I might leave.”
Key, 44, explained he’d head to Canada because, “It’s easy. It’s like 10 minutes from Detroit and that’s where I’m from.”