President Donald Trump said Thursday that if the United States loses the 2018 midterms it would be “a nightmare scenario” for the country and he promised to make the change by 2020.
In a tweetstorm on Thursday, Trump said, “If I lose the 2020 election, it’s not a good day for America and for the world.”
But a timeline for the switch has yet to be set.
Trump’s tweetstorm comes a day after he said that if he loses the 2020 presidential election to Democrat Hillary Clinton, it will be “the worst day for the United State of America.”
Trump said Thursday, “I would like to win the 2020 elections.
But it’s a nightmare scenario if I don’t win it.
If I lose it, I won’t get it done, I’ll be sorry.
But I think I’ll do it anyway.
I’ll make the decision by 2020.”
Trump also warned that if Republicans win control of the House and Senate, it would “be a disaster.”
“I would rather lose the House than have a government shutdown,” he said.
Trump tweeted about the time change on Tuesday night, saying he was “working on a new deal” that would “save the United Kingdom from being ripped apart by the very people who made it the most powerful country in the world” in the wake of the Brexit vote.
“If I am elected president, I will not make another deal with Congress on any of our major issues,” Trump said in a statement on Thursday.