Bruce Springsteen says he'll be on 'next plane' to Australia if Trump wins election

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Bruce Springsteen might be Born In The U.S.A. – but he’s not hanging around if Donald Trump secures a second term in the White House.

The rocker, 71, is a vocal critic of the U.S. leader and, speaking on Australia’s Today show, he insisted that if Americans vote in Trump over Democratic nominee Joe Biden, he’ll be on the “next plane” Down Under.

Asked if he would consider relocating if Biden loses on Nov. 3, the star admitted he “would consider that,” gushing: “I love Australia. We have nothing but good times down there; it’s always a treat to come. Love the people, love the geography. (It’s a) great place for motorcycle trips… it’s close to our hearts.”

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While the star’s comments appeared to be made in jest, he went on to share his thoughts on Trump’s re-election campaign and its chances of success.

“If Trump is re-elected – which he will not, they’re predicting right now he’s going to lose – but if by some happenstance he should, I’ll see you on the next plane,” affirmed the rock legend, who released his latest LP, Letter To You, on Friday.