Professor Who Accurately Predicted Trump’s 2016 Victory Gives Him 91 Percent Chance Of Reelection (VIDEO)

Do you remember the months leading up to the 2016 election?

All of the media outlets and professional pollsters were predicting a Hillary Clinton landslide.

One professor named Helmut Norpoth defied the common narrative and predicted Trump would win.

Now he is making another prediction for 2020.

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Professor who accurately predicted Trump’s 2016 win ups the ante ‘bigly’ for 2020

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The professor who predicted President Donald Trump had an 87% chance of winning the 2016 election isn’t being persuaded by the liberal media naysayers reporting that the president’s reelection chances are in trouble.

In fact, Professor Helmut Norpoth is upping the ante in the 2020 election, saying Trump has a 91% chance of winning in November.

For those paying attention to the news cycle, in addition to a hard pivot by the media back to the perils of the Wuhan Flu and calls for another shutdown, there has been a steady diet of reports that Trump’s campaign is also ill — it’s almost like there’s some sort of “JournoList” that liberal reporters subscribe to or something.

But Norpoth, a political science professor at Long Island’s Stoney Brook University, is convinced that Trump is doing just fine and he appeared on Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” where he made his 2016 prediction, to say so.

“I’m predicting that Donald Trump has a 91% chance of being reelected, the professor boldly declared on Thursday’s show.

See the video below:

Just as in 2016, many people on the left have already convinced themselves there is no way Trump can win in 2020.

They may be in for a big surprise.

 

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