Donald Trump Correctly Predicted NY AG Andrew Schneiderman’s Demise 5 Years Ago

Donald Trump predicted the stunning fall from grace of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a tweet in 2013. Schneiderman resigned immediately after a report ran in The New Yorker with allegations from four of Schneiderman’s former girlfriends.

The women accused Schneiderman of choking, slapping, beating and spitting on them non-consensually, and say that the prominent anti-gun Democrat was often in a drug and alcohol induced rage when he abused them.

Schneiderman is viewed as an important figure in the Democrat Party and as part of the anti-Trump #Resistance. Some believe he was even on Hillary Clinton’s short list to become the next US Attorney General, if Hillary had not been soundly defeated by Donald Trump in 2016.

Schneiderman’s shocking downfall was no surprise to one person, however: President Donald Trump. Apparently Trump heard about the allegations against Schneiderman through the grapevine in New York. Indeed, many prominent Democrats in the New York political scene were aware of the accusations against Schneiderman and never spoke out, much like the in the Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood.

For those who don’t know, Schneiderman was also allied with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The two were sharing information in their witch hunt to frame President Trump on false charges of “Russian collusion.”

So what did President Trump say in that 2013 tweet about Schneiderman? Watch the video below to see the details!


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