Trump bizarrely claims leading political scientist 'got it all wrong' when he predicts president will remain in office

Trump bizarrely claims leading political scientist 'got it all wrong' when he predicts president will remain in office
President Donald J. Trump joined by senior White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway, Senator Mitt Romney, R-Utah, and Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar attends a White House Listening Session on Youth Vaping and Electronic Cigarette Epidemic Friday, Nov. 22, 2019, in the Cabinet Room of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

In a bizarre turn, President Donald Trump seems to be disagreeing with political scientist Larry Sabato, who recently tweeted that Trump would likely remain in office.

“And Trump will still be President,” Sabato tweeted.

Trump seemed to disagree.

“Sabato got it all wrong last time, never came close to understanding the Trump Voter. Actually it’s simple, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN and then, KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”

Sabato then retweeted a Sabato tweet from the impeachment vote, noting that it was a bipartisan vote to convict, but not to acquit.

Trump replied to it with another puzzling tweet.

“@LarrySabato is much better at giving you the answer after everything is finished and the final result is in, than he is at telling you what is going to happen because, in fact, he doesn’t have a clue!” Trump said.

It’s unknown why Trump is attacking someone for predicting he’ll win.

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