I'm terrified that he'll become president.
Apparently, the master of horror, Stephen King, is afraid of at least one thing: a Donald Trump presidency.
"A Trump presidency scares me more than anything else," King told Ron Charles, editor of The Washington Post's Book World, during a Facebook Live interview.
King is no stranger to political debates and in recent months he's taken to Twitter to criticize Trump.
In a June interview with Rolling Stone, King said he was very disappointed that Trump has proven so popular.
"Trump is extremely popular because people would like to have a world where you just didn't question that the white American was at the top of the pecking order," King told Rolling Stone.
In Saturday's interview with the Washington Post, the best-selling author said he believes Trump's popularity is rooted in fear.
"We're afraid the government is going to take away our guns, we're afraid that Mexico is going to invade the United States, we're afraid of this, we're afraid of that, we're afraid of taxes, we're afraid of transgender bathrooms the whole thing," King told Charles.
King added that what scares him most is that Trump has a real chance at winning the election.
Breaking News: Reliable sources reveal that Donald Trump is actually Cthulu. The absurd hairdo isn't absurd at all. It hides the tentacles.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) September 12, 2016
I'm going to see SULLY this weekend. After 10 months of Donald Trump, I'm desperate for a real American hero.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) September 9, 2016