• Allan Lichtman.

Allan Lichtman. (Photo : Deprtment of State)

Donald Trump hasn't even been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States and a professor of history that predicted his unlikely win -- and who also correctly predicted the winners of all the U.S. presidential elections since 1984 -- claims Trump will be impeached as President.

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And, in accord with U.S. law, the "absolutely predictable" Mike Pence (Trump's Vice President) will take over, much to the delight of the Republican Party.

These incredible assertions were made by "Prediction Professor" Allan Jay Lichtman, who said on U.S. national TV Trump's presidency will end with his impeachment. How that's possible with the Republican Party in control of both the Senate and House of Representatives was also explained by Lichtman as something the Republican Party wants.

"There's a very good chance that Donald Trump could face impeachment," said Lichtman.

"First of all, throughout his life (Trump) has played fast and loose with the law," observed Lichtman.

"He has run an illegal charity in New York State. He has made an illegal campaign contribution through that charity. He has used the charity to settle personal business debts. He faces a RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) lawsuit."

As for impeachment being a tough sell in a Republican-dominated Congress, Lichtman said this won't be a problem because the Republican establishment is all for it.

"The Republicans are nervous about Donald Trump. He's a loose cannon. Nobody knows what he really believes or where he stands," contends Lichtman.

"He can't be controlled. The Republicans will vastly prefer to have Mike Pence, an absolutely predictable down the pipe Republican (as President)."

Lichtman became famous for co-developing what now appears to be a fool-proof system for correctly predicting U.S. Presidents.

An American political historian who teaches at the American University in Washington, D.C., Lichtman developed a model along with statistician Jack Moshman that has predicted the winners of all recent U.S. presidential elections, including Trump.

He's best known for the "Keys" system explained in two of his books. The system uses 13 historical factors to predict if the popular vote in the election for President will be won by the candidate of the party holding the presidency (regardless of whether the President is the candidate).

The keys were selected based on their correlations with presidential election results from 1860 through 1980. It used statistical methods adapted from the work of geophysicist Vladimir Keilis-Borok for predicting earthquakes.

The Lichtman-Moshman system has correctly predicted the popular vote winner in each of the elections since 1984 and the winners of the presidency.