Middlesex GOP Chair Panos: Obama on Terror Front is ‘Part of the Problem’

Panos, left, with former Chairman Sam Thompson.

Panos, left, with former Chairman Sam Thompson.

Donald Trump’s controversial comments in which he seemed to hint at President Barack Obama’s complicity in terror attacks left the new Chair of the Middlesex GOP unfazed.

The newly minted chair backs the presumptive Republican nominee for president.

“I’m a delegate for Trump at the convention in Cleveland next month,” said Chair Lucille Panos. The Republicans of Middlesex chose Trump as their choice. I enthusiastically support the people’s choice.”

As for Trump’s suggestion that “there is something going on” regarding the President’s actions in the context of terror attacks, Panos said, “I find it a bit hard to listen to anything about the recent terror attacks. I just pray for the victims and their families. I can’t really respond because that quote may be taken out of [context]. However, I do believe the President is very weak in responding to any act of terrorism that touches the American people. If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.”