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Predictions on President-elect Trump (Video)

Okay, this isn't a Trump versus Hillary issue, nor is it meant to bash anyone for their point of view. This is simply a prediction. It's written to be funny, a bit, particularly if it comes true.

A federal judge has ruled that Trump University will be heard on charges of fraud. At that point a Democrat will push for impeachment, and a Republican will request a closed door session.

The Republicans, who like being in charge, but don't like Trump will be able to impeach without voting publicly. One will seal the record citing "national security" issues. They will make a deal with the Democrats, let the inauguration go forward, and we will kick him to the curb. They will appease the Democrats who could sue for a special election if it happened prior to inauguration.

Trump will resign citing a witchhunt, elevating Mike Pence to POTUS, and he will quickly appoint Paul Ryan to VP. Trump will go quietly, and in exchange Pence will pardon him for crimes he "may or may not have committed", effectively nullifying the upcoming fraud trial which will certainly have had several postponements.

Trump will be our President, for at least a weekend. The GOP will try to get its act together. They will try to put together and lock down a ticket for 2020.

The Dems, on the other hand, won't make a stink because a Republican will offer a variation that keeps Obamacare alive, although certainly it will be known by another name, and be touted as a bipartisan solution.

Sen. Ted Cruz will whine about how he should have become VP because he had the most Republican delegates after Trump, and he is the "People's choice". All of Washington will collectively roll their eyes and ignore him, once again.

Meanwhile, a mysterious accident causes the simultaneous death of the former FBI Director and the Guy who wrote "Clinton Cash". The New York Times and Washington Post will both put the story on page 3 of the local section.

Rush Limbaugh will die of a heart attack and his body won't be discovered for 72 hours, minimum.

Meanwhile Kanye West will say something stupid and Meghan Markle will be snapped by paparazzi with a blurry nipple exposed. Both will become Internet memes, restoring Facebook to its glory days.

Let's see how many I get right.

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