Did Trump Predict the Future?

Before he even announced he was running for president, Donald Trump predicted the downfall of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman all the way back in 2013.

Comparing Schneiderman to disgraced former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner and former Democratic New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, both of whom resigned from their respective positions after sex scandals, Trump claimed that Schneiderman was worse than both of them.

According to a bombshell report published by The New Yorker Monday, four women have come forward and accused Schneiderman of physical violence and death threats. The women claimed that he slapped and choked them, threatened to kill them if they broke up with him and even warned them that he could have their phones tapped.


Read more at the Daily Caller.


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As far back as 2013? Wow. Seems like Trump was “paying attention” for a lot longer than most people thought. I suffered personally from activities by Spitzer who helped bankrupt a company I had investments in. Once the government got involved using government legal monkey business I knew the company was done. It could not afford the costs required to litigate for years and years.