Lindsay Lohan to Donald Trump: ‘Come to Istanbul, Syria with me’
Lindsay Lohan’s manager Scott Carlsen said the actress would follow through if Trump accepted her invitation.
US actress Lindsay Lohan, who has been busy visiting refugee camps in Tukey, asked US President-elect Donald Trump on Twitter Sunday to join her on a trip to Syria and Turkey to see the plight of refugees first hand.
“@realDonaldTrump please let me help you. #theworldisbiggerthan5 come to Istanbul and Syria with me. You can see it first hand,” she tweeted, using a slogan often said by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
“The world is bigger than five” means the world is bigger than the big five powers: US, UK, France, China and Russia.
Lohan’s manager Scott Carlsen told The Telegraph that the actress would follow through if Trump accepted her invitation.
“She wants the whole world to be informed about what is happening over there. It was eye opening for her to actually be immersed in it and she would love to share that with others,” he said.
“If Trump was up for it she would 100 per cent follow through,” he added.
Trump has long promised his voters that he would evict all undocumented immigrants and refuse entry to more refugees in the United States.