Many Democrats believe Donald Trump will be the first Republican president to resign since Richard Nixon.
Unless Russia collusion is proven (it won’t be) – they’re wrong.
30 years ago, the 37th president predicted Trump would win political office if he decided to run. He was right!
From Washington Examiner:
On this day 30 years ago, former President Richard Nixon wrote to a future president, Donald Trump, offering words of encouragement should he ever run for political office.
The letter, dated Dec. 21, 1987, references Nixon’s wife, former first lady Pat Nixon, who watched an interview Trump took part in on television and subsequently predicted that the businessman would be a “winner” should ever choose to campaign.
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The letter opens, “Dear Donald, I did not see the program but Mrs. Nixon told me that you were great on ‘The Donahue Show.’”
He said, “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!”
Here’s the letter, dated December 21, 1987:
— Archives Foundation (@archivesfdn) November 9, 2016
I saw this in a documentary and loved it. TX for sharing.
— Susie Harrison (@iamsusieq1) December 13, 2016
WOW!!!! #WeWon 🚂🇺🇸💨🎈
— Sam Covfefe+++🇺🇸 (@HorseShort) November 9, 2016
— Expert Resident (@MAGAChronicle) November 10, 2016
How crazy is that?
Nixon was way ahead of the times, apparently.
He should’ve played the lottery!