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Model Fabio says Trump vs. Hilary election would be 'brutal'

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services welcomes Fabio as new U.S. Citizen in Downtown Los Angeles.U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services welcomes Fabio as new U.S. Citizen in Downtown Los Angeles.

“I can’t believe” he hasn’t made up his mind yet.

Italian-born model Fabio Lanzoni — known as just Fabio — who just became a U.S. citizen told the Daily News on Thursday he’s ready to vote, but hasn’t decided on a presidential candidate yet.

However, he said that Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton would be the best reality.

“It’s going to get really, really brutal,” he said.

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As for his pick, the newly minted U.S. citizen said “it’s too early, we don’t know the nominations yet.”

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services welcomes Fabio as new U.S. Citizen in Downtown Los Angeles.U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services welcomes Fabio as new U.S. Citizen in Downtown Los Angeles.

“I have to see him (Trump) against Hillary,” he added. “I want to see the two candidates and that’s why you have debates.”

Generally, people all over the world are upset about politics, not just in America, Fabio explained.

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“This world is always fed up with politicians… It doesn’t matter where you go. I’ve been all over the world,” he said. “People don’t trust anyone.”

He went on to say that no country is perfect and it’s not the country, it’s the people.

“Perfection doesn’t exist,” he said. “People make mistakes.”

They also make the best of what they can.

Fabio said he’s the perfect example of the American dream. He came to this country at 19 with no money and made it.

The model, who popularly graced the cover of countless romance novels — didn’t go back to Europe for about 18 years after he arrived in New York as a teen.

“I totally felt at home. There’s no country like America,” Fabio, 57, said.

He added that no other country uses “God bless our country” — and there’s a reason for it.

“I really believe this country has been blessed,” he explained.

Although the long-haired Italian lived in the country for more than 30 years, he waited on his paperwork because he was always told of the complications. However, he did it online himself and found it to be very simple.

Fabio and Rob Schneider at the Los Angeles Convention Center for Fabio's citizenship ceremony.U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Fabio and Rob Schneider at the Los Angeles Convention Center for Fabio’s citizenship ceremony.

He added that he always advises his friends to come into the country legally.

“Laws are to be respected,” Fabio told the News. “Nobody is above the law, not even Americans, so if you’re a foreigner, you have to go through the law.”

Now, with a brand new “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” commercial in place, the man with arguably the greatest head of hair on earth is eager to find his soulmate, settle down and start a family.

“Life is more than jumping from one project to another,” he said. “I hope to find the one.”

nbitette@nydailynews.com

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