Robert De Niro's great-grandparents are from Ferazzano in Southern Italy and the town has offered him asylum should he choose to make good on his pledge.
'If after the disappointment of Trump, he wants to take refuge here, we are ready to welcome him.'
'Naturally it would be an honour and give us great pleasure,' Cerio said, delighted at the publicity for the town of 3,000 residents. De Niro hasn't minced his words in his criticism of Trump, describing him as 'a punk', 'a pig' and 'an idiot'.
'I'd like to punch him in he face,' he said before the election.