Trump is a strange character. Most people would not have thought he was the best candidate for high office but his supporters believed he would take the country back. He has done the opposite and has made the US a more divided country. Which of the candidates would you pick? One year ago, the world stood in awe as the power-hungry Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. The man is no ordinary politician, however. The Donald has no real political experience and, in fact, is a businessman, not a politician. And this brings us to our predictions for the upcoming US presidential election. There are a lot of factors that go into understanding the candidates, in both the Democrat and Republican parties, that are so that the electorate can make the right choice in the very close election.
Our predictions for the us presidential election
In a few weeks, on 3. A presidential election will be held in the United States in November 2020. The American people have two choices, the main bipartisan candidates are incumbent Republican Donald Trump and Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden. Three of our Psychictext readers have researched the candidates and given their predictions and opinions on the upcoming big event, which we present below*. Our numerologist Shivai gave us his opinion on the candidates and the upcoming elections. You can read his article HERE. Jasmine discussed her Russian Gypsy paranormal system in relation to President Trump and his campaign. You can read his article HERE. And Zoe looked at the tarot cards regarding this election and the two presidential candidates for the next term. You can read it HERE.
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