Did 'Back to the Future,' other pop culture predict Trump win

As they say, hindsight is always 20/20 and the recent election year is no different.

Fans of popular culture are looking back for any clues that could have predicted a businessman-turned-politician could have been elected as the nation's president.

Many are citing "Back to the Future Part II" as a crystal ball of sorts that called the election of 2016 back in 1989.

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Screenwriter Bob Gale made no secret that the antagonist of the film, Biff Tannen, portrayed by Thomas F. Wilson, was based on Donald Trump, USA Today is reporting.

Tannen in the alternate reality of the second film was a casino magnate and businessman who won political power.

Watch the clip that alludes to the political rise:

But "Back to the Future" wasn't the only predictor of the Trump presidency.

"The Simpsons" also said that one day Trump would hold the highest office in the land.

In "Bart to the Future," Lisa becomes president after Trump vacated the office.

The episode aired in March 2000 and according to one of writers for "The Simpsons" it was a warning, The Hollywood Reporter reported.

Dan Greaney said, "...that just seemed like the logical last stop before hitting bottom. It was pitched because it was consistent with the vision of America going insane."

Bart is shown a potential path of his and his family's life in the episode. Lisa becomes the first "straight female" president of the United States.