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Britney is Now Constitutionally Eligible to be President of the United States

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19 minutes ago, Pinky98 said:

No shade intended... but if Britney lost her s#*$ with 2 kids and 50 cameras then what would happen to her with 7 billion people closely following her, 50 helicopters above her head at all times and SAS agents surrounding her 24/7 :weirdmeout:

Yes in comparison it's much more ofc but I hope you're not belitteling the scrunity she endured back in 2007, it was a lot as well :crying4:

But it wasn't just the scrunity that made her suffer, it was a lot of things combined. The problem wasn't that she was fragile, anybody would have broken down under the same conditions.

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Britney Spears turned 35 years old Friday and now fulfills every requirement laid out in the Constitution to be president.

Here's what's required, according to Article II:

“No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President;...”

✅ Britney was born in McComb, Mississippi.

“...neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty five years,...”


✅ Britney is now 35.

“...and been fourteen Years a resident within the United States.”

✅ Britney has lived in California for more than 14 years (you can see a list of all of her homes here).

And that's it. There are only three constitutional requirements to be president. Historically, presidents have also always had government or elected experience, but that will be no longer true when Donald Trump takes office.

Britney isn't known for being overly political. As first reported by Independent Journal Review, she registered Republicanin her home state of Louisiana in 2001, and in 2003, she expressed support for President George W. Bush when asked about the Iraq War. Earlier this year she took a photo with Hillary Clinton, but did not endorse a candidate.She has, however, voiced her opposition to gridlock. In 2013, she released the music video for her song “Work *****” the same day the government shut down because Congress failed to agree on a funding bill, and tweeted this:

 Britney Spears ✔ @britneyspears

Go call the po-lice, Go Call The Gu-vunah! Someone tell Congress to get to #WorkBxxCH

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