Given how just about nobody expected Donald Trump to win the 2016 US presidential election, nobody's really sure what's going to happen later this year.
However, one woman knows what's she doing and she's made a career out of playing women who know what they're doing. In an interview with TrekMovie.com ahead of the reunion of the cast of 'Star Trek: Voyager', Kate Mulgrew said she intends to move here if Donald Trump gets a second term in office.
"If Trump gets four more years, I am promising you, I will leave the country. And I will go and live in Ireland. There are very wise people over there. They get it," Mulgrew said. As well as this, Mulgrew also talked about potentially dipping back into the role of Captain Janeway ala Patrick Stewart and 'Star Trek: Picard'.
"I think it would be wonderful to explore Janeway’s continued love of adventure and perhaps even, love of power. So, there are any number of things that could be delicious to dip into. But I don’t think it is going to happen. I am not saying that summarily, but time’s a wasting, you know?"
It wouldn't be the first time Kate Mulgrew's been here, either. Mulgrew penned her memoir, 'How To Forget', just outside of Galway and was only here last year on a book tour that took in the Galway International Arts Festival. In fact, Mulgrew is the daughter of Irish-Americans and has had strong links with Ireland for many years.
If nothing else comes out of the hellish landscape that would be a second term for Donald Trump, at least you'll probably see Kate Mulgrew pottering around Galway or wherever she ends up pitching her tent.