Things are a lot harder for them when they can’t have Homer acting crazy all the time.Jean then jumps in and talks about how this is a bit of a departure because Homer realizes that Bart has feelings.However for those who might be losing faith in American politics, The Simpsons also predicted that Trump would be succeeded by a strong female President - in this case Lisa Simpson - who has to clean up the mess left by his administration.“As you know, we’ve inherited quite a budget crunch from President Trump,” she says to her advisers.Seven people on this one, including token female Caroline Omine and Joe Mantegna, even though Fat Tony isn’t in this episode.
Finally breaking free of this desire, Smithers takes up with a new boyfriend, a Cuban-American man named Julio and voiced (as most of the series' stereotypical caricatures are) by Hank Azaria.
The Simpsons also depicted Trump as US President in a more recent episode called Trumptastic Voyage.
One of the long term writers of The Simpsons, Dan Greaney recently explained that "It was a warning to America".
In the opening sequence for the latest episode of the long-running series, Bart Simpson is seen writing "Being Right Sucks" repeatedly on Mrs Krabappel's blackboard.
Back in 2000, in an episode called Bart to the Future, he gets a vision of the future in which America has been crippled financially under a Trump presidency and is relying on bail-outs from China and Europe.