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Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Donald Trump's U.S Presidency was Actually Predicted 16 Years Ago...See the Evidence

Donald Trump may have just won the U.S presidential election today, but his story was actually predicted several years ago.

Donald Trump's presidency was predicted by The Simpsons about 16 years ago in an absurd forecast.

In an episode aired in 2000, the show portrays a grown-up Lisa as the incumbent, who refers to “inheriting quite a budget crunch from President Trump”.

The uncanny prediction occurred in Bart To The Future, an episode revealing how the lives of its central characters could turn out.

It later referenced his real-life run for the presidency again last year in a short clip called Trumptastic Voyage - though by this stage his candidacy was more commonly expected.

Earlier this year, Simpsons creator, Matt Groening told The Guardian they used Trump because he was "the most absurd placeholder joke name that we could think of".

He added: "That's still true, it's beyond satire. If by chance he gets elected, which I doubt highly will happen, I think we’ll suddenly be very inspired."

Dan Greaney, a long-time writer for the show, said it was a "warning to America".

He told The Hollywood Reporter: "That just seemed like the logical last stop before hitting bottom. It was pitched because it was consistent with the vision of America going insane."

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