Trump Warns of Potential ‘Bloodbath’ if He Loses the Election.

Former President Donald Trump issued a stern warning on Saturday, emphasizing the potential consequences if he is not reelected in November.

During a rally in Vandalia, Trump addressed the looming trade war with China in relation to auto manufacturing. The purpose of the rally was to rally support for Republican Senate candidate Bernie Moreno, who received Trump’s endorsement in December, ahead of Ohio’s primary on Tuesday.

Trump directed his message to President Xi of China, highlighting their supposed friendship while asserting his firm approach to dealing with trade matters. He specifically mentioned the car manufacturing plants being constructed in Mexico, expressing his intention to impose a 100% tariff on every car imported into the United States. Trump emphasized that if he were to be reelected, these cars would not be sold in the country.

However, Trump’s tone took a darker turn when he contemplated the potential outcome if he were not to win the election. He warned of a “bloodbath” for the entire nation, suggesting that the consequences would extend far beyond the automotive industry. Trump even went as far as to cast doubt on the future of elections in the United States if he were not to emerge victorious.