CNN political commentator Ana Navarro, a Republican who worked for Jeb Bush, is saying she fears she’ll pay a price for being an anti-Trump activist if he wins the presidency.
In an interview with “The Hollywood Reporter” Navarro played the victim card like a champ.
“If Donald Trump wins I’m going to be looking for a place to seek exile,” she said. “I’m pretty sure he’s planning on deporting me.”
Navarro also discussed her now infamous fights on CNN with Trump supporters, like her battles with Scottie Nell Hughes, and made it known that she doesn’t like any of them.
“I really do not have a favorite amongst Trump surrogates. They all look the same to me. They really all sound eerily alike,” she said.
Navarro added that she wasn’t bothered by Trump supporters attacking her on social media.
“I am strangely unaffected by it,” she said. “All I can do right now is keep myself from falling off the hamster wheel before the election. I really haven’t had time to think about what has happened. I’ve been saying the same things about Donald Trump for 18 months. Finally the rest of the folks caught up. I’m just being me.
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