On January 16, 2019 (almost two years before the 2020 presidential elections) I published the first of a series of articles to rationalize why Donald J. Trump would not be re-elected. A look into the state of the country at the time would suggest such prediction (Trump will not be re-elected) was not to be taken seriously. The economy was flying high; Wall Street (the stock market) was doing fantastically well; the job market was great; support for Trump among the Republicans was at its highest (93%). On November of that year (2019), CNBC described the state of the economy as follows: The jobs market turned in a stellar performance in November… and the unemployment rate falling to 3.5%. Those totals easily beat the Wall Street consensus… The jobs growth was the best since January’s 312,000 and well clear of the November 2018 total of 196,000. That dynamic boosted employment in motor vehicles and parts by 41,300, part of an overall 54,000 gain in manufacturing… Let the good times roll, they say in show business; good times there was and yet my research and analysis led me to the inevitable conclusion that Donald Trump would not be re-elected, a fact I first published in the article Can Donald Trump Win 2020? To which question I answered as follows: Trumpeteers! The answer is NO. Even if you sell your souls to the devil, Trump will not be re-elected. All the angels in heaven (working with all the devils in hell) cannot help Donald Trump get re-elected in 2020. Sorry! Not in this lifetime. Needless to point out I was ridiculed by most Republicans, doubted by most Democrats. Who, in the right frame of mind, would even think let alone express in writing such “nonsense”, especially at a time when what mattered the most: the economy, the job market was great? I went on to publish four more articles (Here, Here, Here and Here) in which I reiterated that Donald Trump would not be re-elected. The second article – published on April 2019 – called the presidency for the Democrat Party at a time no front runner had emerged for the Democrats in the primaries. I was stubborn, wouldn’t you say? I was stubbornly right.