Lindsay Lohan asks Donald Trump to go to Syria with her: 'Please let me help you'

Actress wants to show new President-elect and the world 'what is really going on out there' 

Heather Saul
Monday 14 November 2016 17:31
Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is asking Donald Trump to join her at refugee camps in Syria and Istanbul because she has had an “eye opening experience” in Turkey, her spokesperson has said.

Lohan has been spending time in Turkey and sharing pictures with the hashtag “the world is bigger than five”, a catchphrase employed by President Erdogan to call for action to save those facing conflict and persecution in Syria, as part of his broader argument the United Security Council should include more than five states.

The actress, who recently debuted a bizarre new accent she calls ‘Lilohan’, has shared pictures of herself at a refugee camp in Turkey with the hashtag, where she has met with Syrian refugee families and aid workers.

When the new President-elect announced his interview with 60 Minutes on Twitter, Lohan responded with a plea to let her “help” him and the world is bigger than five hashtag.

A spokesman for Lohan told The Independent: “She just had an eye opening experience while she was there visiting and wants to show the whole world what is really happening over there.”

He declined to comment on whether Lohan’s use of the world is bigger than five is a sign of her support for President Erdogan, but added: “[it] has nothing to do with Trump though.”

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