Only 13% of Republicans polled were opposed to military action against fictitious kingdom
A new poll claims that 41% of US voters in favour of Donald Trump becoming President also called for the bombing of Agrabah, the fictional Middle-Eastern kingdom from Disney film Aladdin.
The Public Policy Polling 532 Republicans whether they would support or oppose military action against the fictitious nation, which in the cartoon is located near the Jordan River.
57% of Republican said they were unsure, while 30% would support the bombing of Agrabah, with only 13% opposed it.
41% of Trump supporters were in favour of bombing Agrabah, with 9% opposing it.
Billionaire-turned-Republican Presidential hopeful Trump recently angered many by claiming that all Muslims should be barred from entering the US “until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on”. His comments were made following a series of terrorist attacks in both the US and Europe.
Meanwhile, the controversial Trump recently thanked Katie Hopkins – whom he referred to as a “respected columnist” – for backing his highly criticised suggestions for cracking down on terrorism.
“The politicians of the UK should watch Katie Hopkins,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Many people in the UK agree with me!”