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Trump taunts ‘never Trumpers’ on anniversary of his presidential bid

President Trump needled the “never Trumpers” on the fourth anniversary of him and First Lady Melania Trump descending the escalator at Trump Tower to announce his bid for the presidency.

The video posted on his Twitter page begins with “The Simpsons” send up of Trump launching his campaign on June 16, 2015, and segues into a rash of celebrities and politicians pooh-poohing his chances of winning the White House.

“There’s not going to be a President Donald Trump,” actor George Clooney says on the video.

“Trump will not be president,” said former President Obama.

Similar sentiments were made in the video by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, comedian Stephen Colbert and longtime nemesis Rosie O’Donnell.

In a segment from “Real Time with Bill Maher,” he asks who will win the general election for president.

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter predicts “Donald Trump,” to the astonished looks of the others on the panel.

The video shows pundits downplaying Trump’s chances of beating Hillary Clinton, who they said had a 100 percent chance to win.

It then switches to election night 2016 and shows one state after another falling for Trump, as he amasses Electoral College votes.

It ends with Trump on a billboard with the words “Super Trump.”

The president tweeted out parts of the video last July.

It was first published by eLouai on Dec. 5, 2016.



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