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Donald Trump shockingly predicted he could die before turning 74? POTUS’ friends reveal what makes him lash out

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There have been so many controversies and speculations surrounding Donald Trump’s health.

Some physicians and netizens are convinced that he could be suffering from dementia and other cognitive issues. Others believe that he has a problem with his balance and speech.

But four years ago, the POTUS seemed to have predicted when he could pass away. While speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, the president was asked if his huge ego usually masks his deep insecurity.

Melania Trump’s husband denied that he has a huge ego, and he also didn’t agree with the suggestion that he has deep insecurities.

“I don’t feel insecure, but like everyone I probably am – I never met a successful person who wasn’t. I don’t work because I don’t feel good about myself, I enjoy it,” he said.

But it is Trump’s succeeding statement that seemed to suggest that he could die before he turns 74.

“I see things very sarcastically. Life is what you do while you’re waiting to die – for me, statistically, that is 73.2 years. Other than raising your kids to be your primary legacy, everything else seems futile,” he said.

However, it is important to note that Trump, just like everyone else, cannot really predict when he would pass away. But there are rumors that his health is deteriorating.

During the same interview, one of Trump’s friends also revealed what makes him lash out.

“Donald dreads humiliation and shame. If he feels that, he lashes out,” the POTUS’s pal said.

This is maybe the reason why Melania’s husband always lashes out when he’s out in public or even on social media. Every time someone criticizes or insults him, he fires back with an even bigger insult.

On Valentine’s Day, the POTUS lambasted Bernie Sanders online by calling him crazy.

“It is happening again to Crazy Bernie, just like last time, only far more obvious. They are taking the Democrat Nomination away from him, and there’s very little he can do. A rigged system!” he wrote.

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