You said it first, Donald.
We just posted about the 1950s series that predicted Donald Trump's plans of building a wall and threatening anyone against him that he will sue. Another trip down the archives has presented us with a video that sees the president giving a commencement speech in May of 2014 at Wagner College in Staten Island.
Instead of predicting his plans, Donald more contradicts his idea of building a wall telling the students that if there is ever a wall in life, bulldoze through it - we totally agree, Donald.
“I’ll tell you, to me, the second-most important thing after love what you do is never, ever give up,” he said, as seen in the video below. “Don’t give up. Don’t allow it to happen. If there’s a concrete wall in front of you, go through it. Go over it. Go around it. But get to the other side of that wall.”
Of course, comedian and talk show host Trevor Noah got a hold of the video and included it in his segment.
“If there’s one thing we know, it’s that nothing will stop immigrants from trying to come to America,” Trevor said. “This is a place that people dream of coming to, because people trying to make a better, safer life for their families will do anything to achieve that dream. And I know Donald Trump understands this — because of this video we found from 15 years ago.”