Barbra Streisand stated that she “can’t live in this country” if former President Donald Trump secures a second term in 2024, expressing her belief that President Joe Biden has “done a good job.”
“I will move. I can’t live in this country if he becomes president,” Streisand told late-night host Stephen Colbert during an interview on The Late Show after being asked about her opinion on the possibility of a second Trump administration.
After Colbert asked about her alternative residence if not in the United States, the singer of “Woman in Love” responded, “Probably to England. I like England.”
Streisand continued by stating that the political climate in the United States is “bad.”
“Well, I like Biden. I think he’s done a good job,” she added.
“I think he’s compassionate. He’s smart. He supports the right things,” she continued.
The Grammy-winning artist also addressed Colbert’s question about the increase in antisemitism in the United States.
“It’s so sad,” she said. “It’s so sad what’s going on today — meaning, people have to live together, even though they have different religions or whatever. People are people. It’s true. You know, we all want the same thing. We all want love