What will happen on Season 7 of American Horror Story? Predictions about the theme have been swirling for months. And Ryan Murphy is finally giving some spoilers.

Murphy was on Watch What Happens Live  this week and revealed some details about Season 7. And it will be very timely. AHS will be all about President Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. It makes sense, since this election was pretty horrifying. “I think it’ll be interesting for a lot of people,” he said.

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Check out Ryan Murphy’s interview here:

WARNING: SPOILERS BELOW

While Murphy said there was no title for Season 7 of AHS, he did say it would start shooting in June. But he didn’t give any more hints about the show. When asked if there would be a Donald Trump character, Murphy simply said, “Maybe.”

Murphy previously gave other clues about Season 7 of AHS, though. He revealed it would be a “modern-day story,” which makes sense if it will center around the 2016 election. Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters have officially signed on, and some AHS: Freak Show characters will appear as well.

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There will also be some crazy marketing techniques used for Season 7 of AHS. FX Chief John Landgraf promised that Murphy had “yet another really innovative idea. There’s a marketing and promotional hook around that.”

Check out a promo here:

American Horror Story isn’t the only show Murphy’s working on that will feature the Clintons, though. Season 4 of American Crime Story will reportedly be about the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

Murphy also already has plans for future seasons of AHS already. There will be a crossover season that features Murder House and Coven characters, but that won’t happen on Season 7. Luckily, American Horror Story has already been renewed for Seasons 7, 8, and 9.

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And Murphy warned fans last year that things were going to "explode" in upcoming installments. “You’ll really see it after this season,” he said back in October. “We lay a lot of pipe, and you’ll see it explode in Seasons 7 and 8.”

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