Barbra Streisand says she still feels "a bit numb" after Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. The famous singer and actress points to Trump on her new politically conscious album "Walls", which will be released next week. (October 26th)

Barbra Streisand is considering going north if The midterm elections on Tuesday favor the Republican party.

Democrat Democrat Streisand, 76, told the New York Times that she fervently hopes her party will take control of the House of Representatives. If the Republicans maintain the House, she reflected on drastic action.

"I've been thinking, do I want to move to Canada? I do not know," Streisand said, pointing to President Donald Trump. "I'm so sad about what's happening to our country, it's getting fatter, I hear what he said now, and now I have to go eat pancakes, and the pancakes get fat."

Streisand is frankly political in the new album "Walls", which will be released on Friday, and which presents a mixture of "Imagine" by John Lennon. A song already released, "Don & # 39; t Lie to Me", is a direct address to the current resident of The Oval Office.

Plus: Streisand to Trump in new song: Do not lie to me!

She channeled her anger musically.

"I would stay awake at night with the Trump abuses in my head, and I had to make another album for Columbia Records, so I thought, why not make an album about what I have in mind? title of the first song. "said Streisand.

The singer, who could not find a positive thing Trump had done during his presidency, said he does not agree with the president's propensity to spread falsehoods.

"The truth has always worked for me, so seeing the contaminated truth every day is very, very painful for me," Streisand said. "I can only do what I can do, I will probably reject a lot of people."

Trump is apparently an admirer of Streisand as well. While editing his last Netflix special concert, he noticed Trump in the audience sitting next to Barbara Walters.

"But he never came backstage to see me or meet me," Streisand said. "So I never met him."

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