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Richard and Pat Nixon Predicted Trump Presidency

”Whenever you decide to run for office, you will be a winner!“ former president and first lady said of the future POTUS

Former President Richard Nixon was a lot of things, and one of them was a pretty accurate predictor of the future.

Over three decades before Donald Trump even ran for office, Nixon and his wife, Pat, foresaw that he would one day be president, The New York Daily News reported on Wednesday.

The evidence comes in a short letter written by Nixon to Trump in 1987 after the real estate mogul had appeared on “Donahue.”

“I did not see the program, but Mrs. Nixon told me you were great,” Nixon said in the typewritten note that was resurfaced in Trump’s biography, “Never Enough,” written by Michael D’Antonio.

“As you can imagine, she is an expert on politics and she predicts that whenever you decide to run for office, you will be a winner!” the former president wrote.

Nixon, also a Republican, began the letter with “Dear Donald” and signed off as “RMN.”

The segment of Phil Donahue’s talk show that impressed Nixon so much included Trump dishing on how he would fix America and criticizing the last couple of years of Ronald Reagan’s administration as the president neared the end of his second term.

As history and Hollywood repeatedly remind us, Nixon ended his own presidency amidst a mountain of scandal when he resigned in August 1974 after Watergate.

He died in April 1994 at age 81 from a severe stroke.