One candidate, who came eighth in a UK by-election on Thursday, has said he intends to run for the White House in 2024.
Count Binface - the alter-ego of comedian Jon Harvey - saw his highest finish yet in London's Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency.
This is the constituency of former British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
Conservative Steve Tuckwell took the seat with 13,965 votes, as against Labour's Danny Beales who got 13,470.
Count Binface told Moncrieff he was very happy with his result.
"I couldn't fail to be pleased, and for a number of reasons," he said.
"Not only did I beat those eight novelty candidates UKIP and [brother of Jeremy Corbyn] Piers Corbyn, but I also achieved something remarkable.
"I got a swing to Count Binface from the last election of none less than 0.5% - that's a #swingbin".
Count Binface said his campaign pledge, to move the position of a hand dryer in a local pub, was important.
"Clearly a lot of people on the doorstep, at least 190 - that's a lot of people - clearly thought that was the most pressing issue at the moment.
"I have signed a treaty with the Crown and Treaty [pub] in the Crown and Treaty to make this happen.
"They're up for it, I'm for it, we just need the political will.
"So let's hope that Steve, the new Tory MP, is a little bit less useless than his leader and maybe we can make it happen".
Asked if he plans to run in the London Mayor election or UK general election in 2024, Count Binface said he has bigger ambitions.
"It's also the US presidential election - amazingly, the planets are in conjunction and the three things are happening in the same year.
"I say, 'Move over Pep Guardiola, I'm going for the treble'.
"If Donald Trump can successfully run for the presidency while he's either in a court case or possibly in jail, it shouldn't be that hard for a space warrior to divide his time," he added.