Trump Suggests That a Terror Attack Could Help Republicans in the 2018 Midterm Elections: Report

The implications of his flippant words are deeply frightening.

A Wednesday report about the mood among Republican leaders facing the increasing probability of major Democratic gains in the 2018 midterm elections contains a disturbing comment attributed to President Donald Trump.

Discussing electoral possibilities, the president indicated that an attack by terrorists on U.S. soil would be helpful to the Republican Party, according to multiple sources. He specifically cited the September 11, 2001 terror attacks on the U.S.

“In private conversations, Trump has told advisers that he doesn’t think the 2018 election has to be as bad as others are predicting,” the Post explains. “He has referenced the 2002 midterms, when George W. Bush and Republicans fared better after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, these people said.”

The article did not contain information on how the individuals present when Trump allegedly made the remarks responded to his words.

Vox quickly published a response to the “terrifying” implications of Trump's comments, which would be alarming coming from any public figure, much less the Commander-in-Chief of the United States. Main RSS Feed

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    • Susan Wagner on January 18, 2018 at 6:22 am
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    That a man in office of The President of the United States ciuld make this tyoe of statement us down right terrifying. This is a terriristic statement. What will it take fir America to wake up and pay attention here?

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