The performer and actor has been a vocal critic of Trump, and in October released a song written in support of Biden, who is the president-elect.
“If Trump can’t be in the White House, he’s going to burn it down,” Cher told The Guardian. “He’s trying to block Joe at every moment. He’s the most vindictive person I’ve ever witnessed. I think he’s fighting so hard because he’s going to be prosecuted when he gets out of the White House.”
She added that she hopes to see Trump end up in jail, and that she’d “dance around” at such an outcome.
Cher also claimed that she has never in her life hated anyone as much as she hates Trump.
“I pretty much disliked Bush when he started those wars, and I could say for a minute it was touch and go for hate,” she said. “But the one thing I know is he loves America and Trump doesn’t.”
Cher has long used Twitter to advocate for the release of Kaavan the elephant, who resided in a Pakistani zoo for 35 years.
Animal rights activists regularly called for Kaavan to move elsewhere, following reports that he had been diagnosed as both overweight and malnourished over the decades.