Have you heard of the book Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulger? It is the first novel in a sci-fi/fantasy adventure series loosely based upon the son of President Trump.
It was published in 1890.
The astounding parallels in this series to real life not only caught the attention of conspiracy theorists and paranormal commentators alike, but was even noticed by Newsweek magazine in July 2017:
The author, Ingersoll Lockwood, also wrote another book with the Baron Trump character in 1893- Baron Trump’s Marvellous Underground Journey.
You can read them in full here from archive.org:
from the Newsweek article:
Baron Trump, an aristocratically wealthy young man living in Castle Trump, is the protagonist of Lockwood’s first two fictional novels, Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulger and Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey. The little boy, who has an unending imagination and “a very active brain,” is bored of the luxurious lifestyle he has grown so accustomed to. Trump’s adventures begin in Russia, and are guided thanks to directions provided by “the master of all masters,” a man named “Don.”
Before leaving for his voyage through the unknown, Trump is told of his family’s motto: “The pathway to glory is strewn with pitfalls and dangers.” Illustrations from the novels depict Trump dressed in lavish, old-fashioned clothing and jewelry as he departs from Castle Trump and begins his voyage, heading to Russia to locate an entrance into alternate dimensions.
But by Lockwood’s third novel, The Last President, things become even more eerily linked to the present day. The Last President doesn’t follow the same fictional narrative of Lockwood’s previous novels, though the links to Trump are once again abundantly clear. The president’s hometown of New York City is fearing the collapse of the republic in this book, also titled 1900, immediately following the transition of presidential power. Some Americans begin forming a resistance, protesting what was seen as a corrupt and unethical election process.
The story begins with a scene from a panicked New York City in early November, describing a “state of uproar” after the election of an enormously opposed outsider candidate.
“The entire East Side is in a state of uproar,” police officers shouted through the streets, warning city folk to stay indoors for the night. “Mobs of vast size are organizing under the lead of anarchists and socialists, and threaten to plunder and despoil the houses of the rich who have wronged and oppressed them for so many years.”
“The Fifth Avenue Hotel will be the first to feel the fury of the mob,” the novel continues, citing an address in New York City where Trump Tower now stands. “Would the troops be there in time to save it?”
By the way, Trump Tower is located on 725 5th Ave, in New York.
A few days after Nikola Tesla died on January 8th, 1943, his possessions were seized by officials from the amazingly-named government Office of Alien Property. About 3 weeks after that, all of Tesla’s things and documents were given a thorough examination by a group of FBI agents that included none other than John G. Trump, the uncle of President Trump. (https://www.groundzeromedia.org/1-8-19-mobius-barrier-the-plus-ultra-paradox/)
Did Tesla invent a time-machine? Maybe “Don” has it now.