Fox News Medium Delivers Prophecy GOP Voters Don’t Want To Hear

A psychic gave Donald Trump a disturbing prediction about his chances for 2024 during an appearance on Fox News.

Fox News host Jesse Watters interviewed Paula Roberts — “the English psychic” — on Tuesday's episode of his show, where she delivered a prediction that many GOP voters won't want to hear.

Mr Waters began by admitting that he had “always been afraid of fortune tellers”.

“We could be tempting fate,” he added. “But at a dinner party, they gave me a pleasant reading. And when I asked her about Trump, she said there's going to be a serious injustice this fall and we might not even have an election. So we needed a second opinion.

“I'd like you, Paula, to give me a reading on President Trump,” he said.

Ms Roberts then delivered her predictions using a tarot deck, which she claimed revealed a “sense of loss” for the Republican front-runner.

“It's like he's thinking more about what he's lost and not taking full advantage of what he still has,” he added.

Jesse Watters welcomed the psychic to his show

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“That is an excellent performance,” replied Mr. Waters.

“It's true. It's true. I mean, I'm not making it up,” Ms Roberts argued at the time.

Trump has continued to falsely claim that the 2020 election was stolen from him.

Ms. Roberts also had some predictions for what President Joe Biden's chances might look like in 2024.

“Lots and lots and lots and lots of money,” he said.

“From China?” Mr. Waters asked, referring to Republican claims — claims so far unsubstantiated without evidence — that Biden was involved in his son's business dealings with China.

“Oh, you're cheeky,” replied Mrs. Roberts. “I didn't say from where.”

Trump currently leads incumbent Biden in the states of Georgia and Michigan, according to a recent CNN poll.

Fox News host Jesse Watters interviewed Paula Roberts — “the English psychic” — on Tuesday's episode of his show

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Trump leads Biden in Georgia 49% to 44% and in Michigan 50% to 40%. Respondents in both states have negative views of Mr. Biden's policies, job performance and clarity.

Meanwhile, Mr Trump – who has been impeached four times and impeached twice – currently faces uncertainty over whether he will be on the ballot in at least two states after being knocked off the 2024 ballot in both Maine and and in Colorado for his role in the January 6 Attack on the US Capitol.

Mr Trump's lawyers have appealed the ruling in Maine and are expected to formally appeal the Colorado decision directly to the US Supreme Court.

Officials and voters in several other states are questioning his eligibility under a provision of the 14th Amendment that bars any person who has taken an oath to uphold the Constitution and is “engaged in rebellion or sedition” from holding public office.