Way back in the day, a television show called Trackdown predicted America's current president and his plans to build a wall, thinking it would save everything. Of course, we're talking about Donald Trump and his plan to build a wall at the Mexican border, but what's even crazier is that the character in the 1950s series was also called Trump.

In the show, Walter Trump gathers his community and tells them that the world will be ending. “I bring you a message, a message few of you will be able to believe. A message of great importance. A message I alone was able to read in the fires of the universe,” faux Trump says in the clip below. “And at midnight tonight, without my help and knowledge, every one of you will be dead.” Later in the episode, Trump claims he can build a wall around everyone's homes so "nothing can penetrate."

Instead of the "fake news" trying to take him down, instead, it's Texas Ranger Hoby Gilman. Other little comparisons to Donald Trump is when the Walter Trump issues threats like: “Be careful, son. I can sue you.”

Check out the video below to see the crazy connection yourself.