Bryan Cranston says he's moving to Canada if Donald Trump wins the U.S. election.
During an interview on "The Bestseller Experiment" podcast, the "Breaking Bad" star was asked if he would vacation in Vancouver if the Republican nominee defeated Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8.
Cranston said he wouldn't just vacation — he'd be "an expatriate."
"Absolutely. I would definitely move," he said, adding that he hopes a Trump victory doesn't actually happen.
Bryan Cranston says he'd move to Canada if Donald Trump won the U.S. election. (Photo: Getty Images)
Cranston also said he'd be interested in portraying Trump if "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan had an idea or two.
Listen to "The Bestseller Experiment" clip embedded below:
Cranston isn't the only celebrity eyeing a move to Canada should a Trump presidency become a reality. Actresses Lena Dunham, Whoopi Goldberg and Neve Campbell have said they'd do the same, too.
Welcome to the Great "Walter White" North, everyone.