They all said it: Hollywood celebrities, President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Bernie Sanders — Trump WILL NOT be president of the United States. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos laughed at the suggestion. Late-night comedians poked fun. The View hosts were extremely confident it was an impossibility. Even some Republicans shrugged him off as a serious candidate.
Obama told the press Trump giving a State of the Union address was the stuff of Saturday Night Live. He appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” and read one of Donald Trump’s tweets that said, “President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States!”
Obama looked square in the camera and said, “At least I will go down as a president.” With dramatic swagger, he dropped the phone to the ground to thunderous applause.How could they be wrong? But alas, prophets they are not.
One of the first to offer a prediction early on that Trump had the best chance to win the election was Ann Coulter who was ruthlessly jeered by Bill Maher’s audience at such a suggestion. That moment is shown in the video , as are the many other times liberals opened their mouths and inserted their feet. So, as a farewell to 2016, enjoy an embarrassing, yet, hilarious compilation of clueless Democrats