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The Simpsons Predicted Donald Trump’s 2024 Presidential Run Back in 2015!

Well, The Simpsons has done it again! As Donald Trump announced that he would seek the Republican Party’s nomination to contest the 2024 presidential election, the makers of the hit show the simpson Took to Twitter to show something remarkably funny yet surprising! Blackpink’s ‘Lovesick Girls’ featured on the latest episode of The Simpsons, Lisa and Homer jam out to the K-pop group — watch.

‘The Simpsons’ creator Al Jean shared on Twitter a 2015 episode of the show featuring Homer Simpson and a presidential campaign sign that read “Trump 2024”. The Simpsons Death Note anime parody looks better than expected – latest tweet by GameSpot.

Check it out: “To make America great and proud again, I am announcing my candidacy for President of the United States tonight,” Trump said on Tuesday (local time). “It was only the beginning of saving the American dream,” he continued. This announcement was made after the mid-term elections in America.

CNN reported that Trump’s paperwork setting up his candidacy reached the Federal Election Committee shortly before he made his announcement at Mar-a-Lago, his Florida waterfront estate. Trump has been hinting in recent months that he will run in the presidential election. Talking about the Republican Party, the former US President said that his party has become bigger, stronger, more powerful. [and] Can do many more good things for the country.

He also said that if he were president, Russia’s war in Ukraine “would never have happened. Even Democrats have admitted that,” Trump said. For the record, no Democrat has said that. that Russia’s war in Ukraine would not have happened if Trump had been president. The former US president also promised not to give Biden “four more years”. Trump said, “I will make sure Joe Biden doesn’t get another four years “

He said, “Our country can’t take it. It can only take so much… We’ll do it again, but this time with more votes.” CNN reported that the former US president has set his sights on winning a second term in Washington after he made statements about two GOP governors, Ron DeSantis of Florida and Glenn Youngkin of Virginia, as party anchors in the coming months. can challenge their status as

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