Christian pastor Saeed Abedini says he is backing presidential candidate Donald Trump after a vision he had four years ago in an Iranian prison.
“I saw a young man with blue eyes, blond hair. I was sitting with him in a room,” Abedini said in an interview with the Huffington Post. “Someone told me, ‘He’s going to be the next president of the United States, and you’re going to be friends with him.”
Abedini said that he did not recognize the man in the vision, and when the original candidates for the race were announced, none of them matched his vision, so he thought the vision was referring to a future election.
He told the Huffington Post that he found the “blue-eyed, blonde man” in a Facebook post and he started to shake.
The picture was of a much younger Donald Trump.
“Oh my gosh, this is the one that I saw in the dream!” he told the Huffington Post.
“I believe that this was a vision from God,” said Abedini.
He believes his vision was of Trump when God decided he was supposed to be president.
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