Picture: Tom Pennington/Getty Images
Picture: Tom Pennington/Getty Images

It's no secret that the New York Daily News is not the biggest fan of Donald Trump.

The famously, er, understated tabloid really upped it this time, however, in advance of Super Tuesday.

Picture: New York Daily News

Following the results, which confirmed the Trump victory that many had expected prior, the paper took a different tack for the Wednesday front page, encouraging its readers to migrate from the US altogether.

Picture: New York Daily News

The Daily News' Meg Wagner wrote in a self-styled 'migration guide':

The mere thought of President Trump taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017, has already led to threats from US citizens that they would leave our red, white and blue borders behind if The Donald reaches The White House.

The tycoon-turned-politician won at least seven states on Super Tuesday, putting him one step closer to the White House, and his critics — and they’re plentiful — are one step closer to the border.

The front-page story then suggested Singapore, Ecuador, Austria, Mexico, Canada and Spain as potential destinations for disenfranchised voters.

The Wednesday edition's editorial was also very to-the-point:

I mean, tell us how you really feel.

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