Sources just revealed the Trump White House is currently freaking out over the election

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If today goes well for the country and Democrats are elected to office en masse it will spell bad news for the creature currently camped out sweating inside the Oval Office.

Trump has been desperately trying to shore up his support for weeks, leaning increasingly into overt racist appeals to his base. It’s too soon to tell if his weaponized bigotry will have the desired effect with his acolytes, but it appears he’s starting to have second thoughts.

The New York Times reports that numerous presidential aides and associates say the atmosphere inside the White House is “moody.” Advisors have been preparing Trump for a possible Democratic wave today and an onslaught of Republican losses and now he is questioning whether or not his hardline anti-immigration talk could have been a mistake.

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“I would like to have a much softer tone. I feel, to a certain extent, I have no choice. But maybe I do. And maybe I could’ve been softer from that standpoint,” Trump told an ABC affiliate owned by the right-wing media apparatus known as Sinclar Broadcasting.

People within the White House told The New York Times that Trump returned to the White House from campaigning at 2:43 A.M. and ended up watching television coverage of the midterms for hours before being able to sleep. Some suspect there could be mass staff replacements if the elections go poorly for Trump and the GOP.

Hopefully, today slowly builts into the president’s worst nightmare, and the Republican Party is sent a strong signal that America will not support their hateful agenda. It’s time to seize back our democracy from the would-be authoritarians. Vote!

Original reporting by Michael D. Shear and Maggie Haberman at the New York Times

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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