DONALD TRUMPOLEON: IS HE FATED TO DEFEAT HIS GOP RIVALS, CRUSH HILLARY (?) AND CONQUER THE WHITE HOUSE?

 

TRUMPOLEON 

Donald Trump has the audacity and gigantic overwhelming sweeping self-confident ego of a Napoleon, and his ruthless, obsessive, single-minded will to win. But will he triumph?

Some of what follows about Donald Trump and his surprisingly soaring poll numbers and strong run for the presidency (I didn't think he'd get this far) is taken from my piece "Border Security Chaos, Illegal Alien Crime and the Providential Candidacy of Donald Trump (see)." However, this piece which greatly expands on that is not an endorsement of Trump's candidacy nor a prediction of his success. However, as Trump seizing the Republican nomination and becoming President is now a real possibility the question  is this: is the menagerie of fascinating, uncanny "coincidences" that I've discovered about Trump's forceful, brash, ruthless, Napoleonic-like candidacy the signature effects and signs of a Higher Power that he's destined for glory? In other words, is Trump's strong, aggressive, indomitable personality, fervent patriotic nationalism and titanic commitment to restoring America's greatness what this country needs after eight years of precipitous, ruinous, deliberate decline under the weak, pathetic, sickening, un-American Barack Obama?

America and the Free World need a strong, inspiring, optimistic, pro-American leader dedicated to secure borders, law and order, national restoration and rebuilding the economy and military. But is Donald Trump who’s never held elective office and is currently more  heat and anger (there's much to be angry about) than light  the right man for this Herculean undertaking? He might just be. But we shall know in due course.

TRUMP, ANN COULTER, KATE STEINLE, EL CHAPO AND SANCTUARY CITIES

 

Making illegal immigration and border security his key issues Trump declared his candidacy on June 16th for the Republican nomination in 2016 to be the next President living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. As you will see from the following "16" is Trump's auspicious number and may be a Providential Sign that he's destined for the presidency.

Indeed, On June 1st, 16 days before Trump kicked off his campaign, Ann Coulter published “Adios America” her outstanding, controversial, bestselling book on the crisis of illegal immigration (what I call  "The Disease of Borderporosis (see))". Coulter is now an ardent Trumpian as she sees in the billionaire  a serious, energetic, indefatigable patriot wanting to end the plague of illegal immigration and restore America’s prosperity, power and greatness.

 

 Then 16 days after Trump announced his White House run Providence seemed to intervene to elevate Trump and his border security crusade with a tragedy that shocked the nation. On July 1st beautiful, innocent 32 year old Kate Steinle was shot dead by 45 year old Francisco Sanchez on a pier in San Franscisco-one of many US sanctuary cities. Sanchez, a multiple deportee felon from Mexico, was 16 days into the 3rd month of his legal but wrongful release from a local jail because of the city's dangerous sanctuary laws. Strangely, Kate Steinle's age 32 (16 doubled) is the exact number of States with sanctuary cities (see). 

El Chapo 
 

 Then shortly after Steinle's death Trump got another political boost when on July 11th Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman, aka El Chapo, escaped from a maximum security prison. Trump quickly made political hay of this by tweeting:

  "El Chapo and the Mexican drug cartels use the border unimpeded like it was a vacuum cleaner, sucking drugs and death right into the U.S."

 El Chapo responded by offering a $100 million reward for Trump's death. Now as “16” appears to be Trump’s auspicious campaign  number  it's applicable here as well. For it so happens that July 11th fell on the 192nd day of the year. 192 is a multiple of 16 12x (see).

TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION REFORM PLAN

 Trump at the border. 

61 days after announcing his presidential run (61 is 16 reversed) Trump released his simple five-page plan for immigration reform (see). This event occurred on August 16th (see).

16 AND ELECTION DAY 2016  

Trump (b. June 14, 1946) who announced his candidacy on June 16th will be exactly 25, 716 days old on Election Day (11-08-2016 see). Moreover, from June 16, 2015 to Election Day spans exactly 512 days. 512 is a multiple of 16 32x. Incredibly, 512 days translates into 16 months of calendar time (see). Is this yet another auspicious sign of a Trump Election Day victory?

DONALD TRUMP: 45TH PRESIDENT OF THE US?

When Trump began his campaign on June 16th for the 45th presidency it was in the 3600th week of his awesomely successful life (see). 3600 is a multiple of 45 80x.

As mentioned above, Francisco Sanchez, the criminal alien who murdered Kate Steinle and gave Trump's border security driven campaign a tremendous political boost, is 45 years old.

TRUMP AND GEORGE H. W. BUSH

When on June 14, 1989 Donald Trump celebrated his 45th birthday it was the 145th day of George H. W. Bush's presidency (see). Bush, a Republican, was the last presidential candidate to win election on a November 8th election date. Moreover, Bush (b. 6-12-1924) celebrates his birthday two days before Trump's*.

*George H. W. Bush was 22 years old when Donald Trump was born. Incredibly Trump was 22 days old when George W. Bush was born on July 6, 1946. 

TRUMP, BILL CLINTON AND GEORGE W. BUSH

 
 

 

America has had two presidents born in the year 1946: Bill Clinton (b. August 19, 1946) and George W. Bush (b. July 6, 1946).  If Trump (b. June 14, 1946) wins in 2016 he will be the third born in that year. Now assuming that the country sends Trump to the White House then this trio of 1946 born Presidents will run consecutively in reverse order from the youngest Clinton born in August, to Bush born in July, to Trump (the oldest of the three) born in June. Oddly, and amazingly, Bush's and Clinton's birthdays are separated by total of 44 days (see); and Trump's and Bush's birthdays by exactly half that or 22 days (see).  Moreover, Trump’s and Clinton’s birthdays are 66 days apart (see). A nice neat symmetrical arithmetic progression.

 Furthermore, (and this is fascinating) just as Trump was 22 days old when George W. Bush was born Bush's father GHW (b. June 12, 1924) ironically was 22 years old when Trump was born (see).  Could this be a sign that Trump  (who is anti-Bush) will be the next Republican President after the two Bushes?

 TRUMP, THE ROOSEVELTS AND NEW YORK 

 
 
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America's six presidents from New York State: Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR. Will Donald Trump be the 7th?

If Donald Trump wins both the GOP nomination and presidency in 2016 he'll be the first New Yorker since Franklin Roosevelt to be President. Roosevelt, the 32nd President (32 is double 16), was elected on November 8, 1932. If Trump triumphs in 2016 it will auspiciously fall on the 84th anniversary of FDR's crushing victory over hapless Republican Herbert Hoover. 

Moreover, if FDR (b. January  30, 1882) were alive on the day Trump was born he would have been precisely 64 years, 4 months and 16 days old. 64 is a multiple of 16 4x, 4 is the square root of 16, and the remaining 16 days speaks for itself (see). Are these signs that Trump is DESTINED to be America's next President from New York after FDR?

 Furthermore, June 16th was the 167th day of the year (the 67th number of the 100 series, see). If Trump wins the presidency on the anniversary of FDR's landslide 1932 victory he will be the 7th President from New York after FDR (the 6th). Trump will also be 70 years old*.

*If Trump wins the presidency not only will he be the 7th president from new York, but he'll be exactly 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old at his inaugural (see).

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And lastly, Donald Trump's father Fred died at New Hyde Park-FDR's birthplace (see).

FDR’S DEATH IN 1945

 FDR, the last US President from New York, died in 1945. Now if Trump triumphs in 2016 on November 8th (anniversary of FDR's election victory) not only will he be the 45th President but in the GOP's 162 year history he will also be its 19th President. This gives us the numbers 19 and 45 indicating the year of FDR’s death.

TEDDY ROOSEVELT 

 Furthermore, a President Trump will be the first Republican President from New York since Teddy Roosevelt who Trump resembles in his vigorous, manly, bold, straightforward personality and patriotic, make America great nationalism.

 BTW, If Trump is sworn in as President on January 20, 2017 it will be approximately 116 years (the 16th number of the 100 series)  from TR becoming President on William McKinley's death in 1901.

RONALD REAGAN AND THE OLD POST OFFICE PAVILLION 

You've heard Trump bragging about the lease that he won from the “Obama Administration” for redeveloping the Old Post Office Pavillion in Washington DC. What you probably don't know is that Trump won this deal on February 6, 2012, the 101st anniversary of Ronald Reagan's birth; and that the building's address 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue is just 500 numbers down the street from the White House at 1600 . Is winning this prime piece of historic real estate situated within earshot of the White House on the anniversary of Reagan's birth a favorable sign for Trump that he is on his way to the presidency (see)? Ronald Reagan's third  term? I wouldn't bet against it.

 

DONALD TRUMP VS. HILLARY CLINTON

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the front running presidential candidates of their respective parties. A contest between the two would be like a high powered lawn mower verses a weak rancid weed.  Trump  though 69 is in excellent health a killer full of zeal, optimism and animal spirits; Hillary though slightly younger than Trump is old beyond her years with less than half of his stamina, energy and strength-worn down by a job where she traveled the world doing nothing for her country but much for the corrupt, criminal Clinton Foundation.  The Clintons cannot do to the immensely wealthy kick-ass Trump what Team Obama did to the nicer, gentlier, moderate Mitt Romney-who ran away from his success like a wuss and too gentle with his opponent. But are there signs suggesting, pointing to, indicating that in a duel between Trump and Hillary Trump would win? I believe there are. But I'll let you be the judge of that. This is what I found:

On the day that Hillary was born (October 26, 1947) Donald Trump was enjoying the 500th day of his infant life. Why could that be auspicious for Trump and ominous for Hillary? Well, do the math. As there are roughly 30 days in a month 500 days divided by 30 gives us how many months? Do I hear 16 (see)?  Need I go on? 

 POSTSCRIPT

(October 26, 2016)

Today Donald Trump on Hillary Clinton's 69th birthday (the 16th month of his campaign) officially opened the Trump International Hotel at the Old Post Office Pavillion. Was this by accident or design? Did Trump do it to make Hillary and her ridiculing of his business career look foolish? Hillary campaigning in Tampa (and making herself look cheap) took a swipe at Trump and his achievement saying (without any proof) that he hires illegal Mexican aliens to build his projects and work at his hotels. She even trotted out a Chef Jose Andres who backed out of opening a restaurant at the new Trump hotel because of comments Trump made about Mexicans. If you want a good laugh listened to his silly speech (see).

Wonder what Chef Jose thinks of the Mexican Americans who agree with Trump on immigration and don't see him as racist (see)? What can Jose say that they're more American than Mexican (too assimilated) and therefore not truly representative of Mexicans?  Meanwhile, as Hillary was campaigning on her birthday in Florida she received word that the latest Bloomberg poll had Trump topping her by two points there. No surprise to me as I've predicted Trump taking the Sunshine State for very good empirical reasons: the sickest,  most lifeless, least inspiring Democrat presidential candidate in history isn't energizing voters.

POSTSCRIPT II

It just occurred to me that the total number of votes of the Electoral College is 538. 538 is a variant of the number 16: 5+3+8 = 16. Is this a propitious sign that November 8th (the 16th month of Trump's campaign) we will see a Donald Trump victory?

 His prospects are looking brilliant.

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41 thoughts on “DONALD TRUMPOLEON: IS HE FATED TO DEFEAT HIS GOP RIVALS, CRUSH HILLARY (?) AND CONQUER THE WHITE HOUSE?

    1. We know he’s not a conservative, but he is a fighter Trump has GREAT ideas on immigration. And he has talent and experience in getting things done with people in high places.

      1. Conservatives are COMING AROUND to Trump, which is why his numbers continue to climb. Don’t worry, he’ll do just fine.

      2. “We know he’s not a conservative, but he is a fighter ”

        And voters have already proven they will cheer on every punch he throws, no matter how below the belt it may be. Because . . . at least he actually throws punches.

    2. Trump is not conservative, he is not even a pub……but you folks keep deluding yourself…..we’ll have Hitlery quick enough…

    3. Well, then we’ll win with a “not verifiable conservative”. I’ve had it UP TO HERE with the nitpicking purist holier than thous. They NEVER WIN ANYTHING. And they appear hell bent on maintaining their sorry losing streak.

      TRUMP/CRUZ
      2016!

    4. Trump is verifiably not a conservative.

      And 98% of his detractors are even more verifiably hard core Leftists…

      GO CRUZ!!! Keep it up Trump!

    5. How many liberals talk about building a wall on the southern border, how many consider mass deportation, how many talk about fighting back in the trade war, how many consider retaliatory tariffs? HOW MANY LIBERALS HAVE THOSE TALKING POINTS?

      ANSWER: NONE

    1. I too prefer Cruz to Trump. But one thing Trump can do is position Cruz to be palatable to the establishment. They hate the disruptive influence Trump brings. Cruz might go to something other than “a$$hole” if he is viewed as an acceptable choice.

      1. My thoughts exactly Cruz is my first choice, but my last choice would be someone Trump is most likely to hit. If polled, I would deny the unfavorable opinion I had of Trump before that became clear. Now it’s Trump until the Bushmegedon danger is past.Then we can hope for Cruz. But it’s a given that The Donald wouldn’t be anyone’s VP, and Cruz would be more valuable in the Senate – or SCOTUS – than as VP.

    2. Which may be the fastest way to get a President Cruz. Four years of Donald will clear out some trash and bring Cruz up to speed. He’s young and he could learn some things from the Donald. He’s got all the brains and knowledge; Cruz just needs to learn the Art of the Deal and Media Management 101

  1. Great and fascinating article Apollo.Conservatives are COMING AROUND to Trump, which is why his numbers continue to climb. Don’t worry people, he’ll do just fine against the Clintons- if they survive.

  2. Apollo, if you watched the Factor the other night you might have learned just how damaging the Trump phenomenon has been. I disagree with O’Reilly on many things. But he was spot on when he said this (with Krauthammer backing him up):

    “Donald Trump’s flamboyant, sometimes bombastic, personality has overshadowed every other person running for president

    His style has captivated millions and his campaign has been very successful thus far,

    So successful that it has almost obliterated the fact that the Democratic president and party have failed to improve America.

    With Trump getting so much attention, the Democratic record has been obscured.

    Consider this — about two million more citizens live in poverty since President Obama took office.

    Poverty among women has increased by one million.

    Among blacks, the poverty rate is up nearly one-and-a-half percent since the president was first elected.

    Median income for all Americans has dropped an average of $2,000 since 2009.

    That is an economic disaster. Yet few Americans really know the stats.

    How about illegal immigration, Mr. Trump’s big issue?

    According to the Center For Immigration Studies, about two-and-a-half million undocumented immigrants have entered the USA during President Obama’s tenure.

    That includes more than 150,000 unaccompanied minors.

    The Pew Research Center estimates that more than 300,000 babies are born each year to at least one parent who is an undocumented immigrant.

    Those babies, of course, immediately become American citizens.

    The cold truth is President Obama has not improved the illegal immigration chaos and has actually made it easier for alien criminals to hurt Americans by supporting the sanctuary city concept and failing to support Kate’s Law, which would harshly punish alien aggravated felons who defy deportation. Why aren’t the Democrats supporting that?

    Overseas, there is a war raging in Syria and Iraq that was ignited when the president ordered all U.S. troops to leave Iraq.

    ISIS then moved in, creating violence and horror………..

    1. When Trump has won the nomination, it becomes time to address what the Democrat party has done to the nation.

      O’Reilly can’t grasp this?

  3. Trump’s job right now is to position himself to win the primaries and caucuses. It is not to frame Obama for what he is. We all know what he is.

    1. This is nuts. Working class families who have fared badly under Obama are forgetting about their poorer lives because of Trump’s flamboyant campaign? Don’t think so.

  4. Trump (who I like and would vote for) has, as Apollo notes, the sheer audacity and overpowering egotism of a Napoleon. But he doesn’t have his genius. If he did he’d probably be unstoppable.

  5. Apollo, love your unorthodox approach to current events. But instead of “Donald Trumpoleon” how about Trampoleon Donaparte?

  6. Apollo, just realized that tomorrow, the day of the second GOP debate, is September 16. Trump’s “auspicious” number. Will he win again?

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