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During an interview broadcast on Thursday’s “All In” on MSNBC, outgoing Senate Minority Leader Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) stated that after “going through the trauma of the election,” he was “concerned, is the world going to be destroyed?”
Red said, “[M]y first few days of going through the trauma of the election, an election where Hillary Clinton got 2 million more votes than he did. I understand the electoral system, a system where she lost four states by less than 100,000 votes combined. Took me a while to accept that the next 24 hours after the election, but then I was concerned, is the world going to be destroyed?”
Reid later added that he’s been thinking about domestic policy after realizing maybe the world won’t get blown up “right away.”
originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: xuenchen
I'm not saying Reid is right but I seriously hope Trump doesn't consider atomic holocaust upon ISIS and/or North Korea.
Having nuclear weapons in the hands of fools like Trump makes me wonder if the people did the right thing electing him.
I mean he got a White Nationalist as an adviser.