John McAfee Wants to Become UK Prime Minister, Heads to London Tonight. Boris Johnson in Danger?

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Fri, 07/26/2019 - 14:13
Alex Dovbnya
On today’s episode of ‘Keeping Up with John McAfee,’ you will hear about political ambitions and Dominican adventures of the eccentric crypto baron   
John McAfee Wants to Become UK Prime Minister, Heads to London Tonight. Boris Johnson in Danger?
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John McAfee keeps his one million Twitter followers well-entertained by announcing his intention to become the UK Prime Minister and the US President at the same time.

Prior to that, the septuagenarian posted a photo of what appears to be his second jail stay in one week.

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Cryptic jail time tweets

As reported by U.Today, McAfee was freed from his confinement on July 24 in the Dominican Republic. That took place just one day after his sudden disappearance sparked the #FreeMcAfee campaign.

Crypto tycoon John McAfee has recently taken to Twitter to share more details about this arrest after posting some photos from his prison cell.

McAfee was allegedly arrested for keeping high-caliber weapons on his yacht. The millionaire himself claims that his adventures in the Dominican Republic are ’too complex’ for Twitter, but he tried to provide a quick explanation.    

An Anglo-Saxon ruler 

Now, in his latest tweet, McAfee explains that he’s eligible to become the UK PM since he was born on an American Army base in England. He’s currently heading to London for some obscure reason.

McAfee’s foray into UK politics comes just days after Boris Johnson moved into Number 10 Downing Street.

U.Today reminds its readers that McAfee is also running his presidential campaign in the US, but he doesn’t mind ruling both superpowers since it’s legally allowed to do so.

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