Metta World Peace jokes on Twitter what he'd do if elected President

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Election day saw a number of NBA stars tweet their political thoughts on a historic day that saw Republican Donald Trump become President-elect.

However, nobody was on the same level as L.A. Lakers veteran Metta World Peace. The 36-year-old has always been a thoroughly entertaining character, and he certainly lived up to that billing last night.

Using the hashtag '#ifmettawaspresident ', the 2010 champion spoke about his plans if he was elected as the President of the United States of America.

Speaking on who would make up his cabinet, World Peace said he would hire the beer thrower from the infamous 'Malice in the Palace' as an advisor and would throw beer cans at his enemies instead of going to war.

Former teammate Ben Wallace, who was involved in the Pacers-Pistons brawl, would be his Secretary of Defence, while online personality 'The Fat Jewish' would be his Head of Media and Al Gore his Vice President.

Some of Metta's policies would include putting "a limit on the size a fake booty could be" as "some are way too big", allowing relationship swaps but not divorce and insisting the cast of Game of Thrones only have two months off before going back to work.

World Peace also said he would get all of his work done in four months but still pay himself for the four years a President stays in office.

In a world where Trump, a man with no political history, becomes President, it doesn't seem so farfetched that World Peace could one day run for office.

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