The Simpsons have been noted for their uncanny expectations and predictions over the course of recent many years, and presently we can add one more exact estimate to the rundown.
Al Jean, a maker of the notable animation The Simpsons, brought up one more exact future forecast highlighted in the show.
Following Trump’s exceptionally expected declaration that he would run for President in 2024, the maker tweeted a clasp from a 2015 episode highlighting Homer Simpson and an official mission sign perusing “Trump 2024.”
Another Trump-related cut comes from the episode “Bart to the Future,” which broadcasted in 2000 when the crowd sees President Lisa Simpson discussing Trump’s administration, NME detailed.
“As you know, we’ve inherited quite a budget cut from President Trump,” says President Simpson in the piece Jean shared on Twitter.
Trump made his mission declaration following a while of hypothesis on whether he would look for the Presidency for the third time.
“In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States,” said Trump. “America’s golden age is just ahead.”
This isn’t the initial time “The Simpsons” has supposedly anticipated what’s in store.
As per the show, they anticipated the passing of British Ruler Queen Elizabeth as well as the renunciation of troubled British prime minister Liz Truss.