Anti-Trump Pundit Thinks He Knows Exactly What Will Happen in November 2020

'Donald, this is going to end very badly for you,' said Joe Scarborough of MSNBC

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On what basis do some individuals make their pronouncements?

Host Joe Scarborough, during Monday’s “Morning Joe” program on MSNBC, shared his views about President Donald Trump’s chances in the November 2020 election.

And he predicted that a re-election bid for the commander-in-chief is going to “end very badly” for him.

Trump will lose in a “landslide,” insisted Scarborough.

Why? Because he is being a “bigot and a racist.”

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The fervent anti-Trumper suggested the president’s behavior only appeals to a small portion of the electorate.

“Donald, you’re making a fool of yourself again,” Scarborough said, speaking directly to the president.

“This is going to end very badly for you.”

Scarborough tossed out some other nuggets, including these: “I’m already tired at all the op-eds I’m going to have to read after Donald Trump loses in a landslide. People saying, ‘Well, of course, this was due to happen because his bigotry only appealed to one-third of the electorate.’ That will happen. Just like we said Donald Trump could win — I’m telling you, that will happen. This is what gets me. This is such a losing proposition. This is the politics of subtraction. There is no way this leads to victory … It’s going to ensure that he is routed next year.”

See more of Scarborough’s plentiful pronouncements here:

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