- President Donald Trump insisted he is not to blame for Cesar Sayoc Jr., the Florida man who was arrested in connection to the package bombs that were sent to top Democrats and government officials.
- Sayoc is believed to have been an avid Trump supporter who also sent threats to critics of the Trump administration.
- Asked by reporters on Friday if he believed he was to blame, Trump responded: “No, not at all.”
- Trump added that prior to the discovery of the mailed explosives, Republicans “had tremendous momentum” in the midterm elections.
President Donald Trump insisted he was not to blame after a Florida man was arrested in connection to the spate of improvised explosive devices that were sent to numerous high profile Democratic leaders.
Asked by reporters on Friday if he believed he was to blame, Trump responded: “No, not at all.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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