By now you’ve all heard the news: Trump’s bid to “repeal and replace” is going great.
In fact, “just before” news hit the wires that the vote would in fact be delayed because … well … we can get into the details if you want, but basically “because no one f*cking likes it,” the President proved yet again how prescient he is.
Have a look at this screengrab from our Bloomberg e-mails:
See this is exactly what the President was trying to tell everyone in his interview with TIME (see here). Recall what he told TIME’s Washington Bureau Chief Michael Scherer:
I predicted a lot of things, Michael. Some things that came a little bit later.
Exactly. Trump “predicts a lot of things that come a bit later.”
Just like today. When he “predicted” this would all go fine. And now it looks like we’ll have to wait until “a bit later.”
But just as Trump predicted “what happened in Sweden” a day after it didn’t happen, we can probably assume that even if the health care bill hasn’t been voted on by the weekend, he’ll tell us on Saturday how great what didn’t happen on Friday was.
Finally, note that we highlighted (in green) the fact that Trump spoke at an event for truckers today. We think perhaps the following pictures from that event approximate how the commander-in-chief is feeling about now…