The 2020 election about to change everything and one historian has predicted who's set to take office once again, after accurately calling every single election outcome since 1984...
As if this election couldn't get any more bizarre.
via: TwitterOne historian thinks he knows exactly who's going to win this year, and he's got a pretty accurate track record...
There's already been the usual mudslinging.Plus the absolute insanity of what's going on with USPS.
Michelle Obama even stepped in.Which was totally incredible.
And some commentators have shared a big fear.That even if Trump loses in November, he may refuse to leave the White House.
But one way to try to stop that from happening?Getting as many people to the polling booths as possible.
It's been a long first term...
via: GettySince winning his place in the White House back in 2017, President Trump has continued to divide opinions with his controversial politics and irrational behavior.
It's been a strange couple of years...
via: GettyNo one could quite believe what they were hearing when the notorious business tycoon announced his plans to run for President during the 2016 presidential campaigns.
But, this wasn't a publicity stunt.
via: GettyDonald Trump was being deadly serious about his bid for his place in the White House, and kicked off his campaign with an array of promises, such as building a wall along the border of Mexico, allowing all American's to the right to bear arms, and generally to "make America great again."
And when it came round to election day...The world awoke on November 9th to see that America officially had their new leader - President Donald Trump.
It's been an eventful few years, to say the least.
via: GettyIt's certainly been up and down - Trump has sparked his fair share of outrage, imposing a temporary travel ban on Muslims entering and leaving the U.S. and banning transgender people from the military, just for example. But he also passed a bill that makes animal cruelty a federal crime, and unemployment in the country experienced an all-time low at just 3.6 percent at some points in the year.
Oh, and the infamous Mexican wall still hasn't been built.Though he has announced his plans to divert $7.2 million from the Pentagon for the border wall construction.
The President is no stranger to criticism and controversy...
via: GettyMuch of his behavior while acting as President has been questioned over the past couple of years, with many calling for him to be impeached, and even removed from office entirely.
And, earlier this year...The President was actually impeached.
Trump was charged with 2 offenses.
via: GettyThe first was for abuse of power, and the second was an accusation of blocking his aides from testifying and failing to co-operate with the House impeachment investigation.
But despite his impeachment...
via: GettyTrump continues to hold an awful lot of power and his fan base is still going strong...
Times are now harder than ever for the President...
via: GettySince the coronavirus pandemic took over the world back in March, there's no denying that Trump has come under fire for his handling of the situation.
Our country is now the worst affected in the world...
via: GettyAnd it doesn't look set to be getting better any time soon.
One way to make a change is through voting.
But a historian who has accurately called every election since 1984 says he already knows who's going to win this year.
Known as the "granddaddy of presidential predictions" many people take his predictions as truth.
.@realDonaldTrump’s re-election claim. Elect me president and I’ll stop the calamities happening while I am president!— Allan Lichtman (@Allan Lichtman)1598817366.0
Lichtman’s model outlines his own "thirteen keys" to the White House that make him able to predict what will happen on November 4.
via: GettyAt the moment, Biden is currently in a substantial lead over Trump.
Biden is polling at 49.1%, while Trump holds 42.7%, according to poll average, although it only takes a couple of non-voters for the board to change drastically.
via: GettyLichtman says his thirteen key models used to assess the likelihood of a candidate getting into office; includes factors such as the economy, foreign policy, scandals, social unrest, and charisma of the candidate.
While the model is not scientific in the slightest, his results speak for themselves.
via: GettyRecently, Trump has taken to Twitter (obviously) to push his economic and market prowess in hopes that people will vote for him, claiming that if Biden wins the record high that Nasdaq has seen will "come crashing down."
The Nasdaq has seen a 60% increase since hitting a low on March 23 due to the pandemic.
via: GettyAlthough it's unlikely that the stock market success will help Trump in any way.