Did the Simpsons predict Trump’s successor as US President?
WASHINGTON: The writers of The Simpsons have stunned everyone after Donald Trump emerged triumphant in US presidential elections – a reality that The Simpsons ‘predicted’ in 2000.
Now its writers are believed to have a third eye when it comes to predicting the future of America.
But in 2007 they also predicted that Terminator’s Arnold Schwarzenegger would be making all the big decisions for the US – and how can you ignore this time?
The former governor of California he has a lot more political experience than Trump.
In The Simpsons Movie, Schwarzenegger is asked to make a tough decision about the future of Springfield, but simply responds: ‘I was elected to lead, not to read.’
But, it is argued that the President must be born on US soil to take on the role.
In the US constitution it states: ‘No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President.’