President Trump claimed Friday that “this 'bomb' stuff” has slowed the momentum for Republicans making gains ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm elections and urged GOP voters to hit the polls.

“Republicans are doing so well in early voting, and at the polls, and now this ‘Bomb’ stuff happens and the momentum greatly slows - news not talking politics. Very unfortunate, what is going on. Republicans, go out and vote!” the president tweeted.

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Twelve suspicious packages addressed to 10 public officials were discovered over the course of the week. The first package, sent to liberal philanthropist George Soros, was found outside his New York home Monday. The U.S. Secret Service then intercepted packages addressed to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama.

A package addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan and sent to CNN’s New York offices led to an evacuation of their building Wednesday.

The FBI said the packages contained "potentially destructive devices."

As the week progressed, more packages addressed to former Attorney General Eric Holder, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., actor Robert De Niro, former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., were also recovered.

The 12th package, addressed to former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and addressed again to CNN’s New York offices, was discovered Friday morning, according to reports.

The FBI said the packages, which have a return address of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., are all similar in appearance.

After the initial packages were discovered this week, Trump urged the country to unite and called the attempted attacks “abhorrent.”

"We have to come together and send one very clear, strong, unmistakable message that threats or acts of political violence have no place in the United States of America,” he said during a bill signing event at the White House.

Trump struck a similar note during a campaign rally in Wisconsin later Wednesday evening, urging politicians to stop treating their opponents “as being morally defective,” and imploring the media to “set a civil tone.”

But on Twitter, the president has blamed the media, including CNN, for the anger in the country.

Earlier Friday, Trump attacked “lowly rated CNN” for blaming the attempted bombings on him and suggested he was unfairly criticized by the press.