Nostradamus may have predicted an assassination attempt on Donald Trump. This is according to a British psychic who claims the French astrologer known for his prophecies has predicted a violent year for the U.S. president.

Nostradamus is best known for his predictions which many believe have been coming true since he wrote his book “Les Prophéties” (The Prophecies) in 1555. While his quatrains don’t have specific timestamps or names, supporters think his passages indicate accurate clues and depictions of modern day events.

According to Craig Hamilton-Parker, a known medium and head of Psychics.co.uk, Nostradamus has a few predictions set to come true between 2019 and 2020. Most pertain to Trump and the United States.

The psychic believes the great visionary has warned of an assassination attempt against the president, but not before the current head of state gets re-elected in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections.

“I feel Trump will have a second term but Nostradamus's predicted an assassination attempt will be in the second term,” Hamilton-Parker told Daily Express UK.

The prophecies also include a treaty with Vladimir Putin. The British medium says the U.S. will sign a treaty with Russia similar to that of Trump’s pact with North Korea and Kim Jong-Un.

Nostradamus’ predictions may have also suggested a war ensuing in the Middle East this year. Hamilton-Parker says people will experience the “first rumbles of this in 2019 but it will not be full out war.”

Skeptics, however, beg to differ. Some Nostradamus doubters think his predictions are too vague to be considered genuine. While the apothecary is believed to have accurately predicted the death of King Henry II of France, the death of U.S. president John F. Kennedy and the 9/11 terrorist attack, Brian Dunning of the Skeptoid podcast still thinks his works are “exploited in a number of fallacious ways.”

“Michel de Nostredame was truly one of the brilliant lights of his day, but to subscribe to false stories and urban legends is to disrespect who the man actually was.”

Dunning added, “Appreciate his contributions to medicine and Renaissance literature, and don't trivialize his good works in favor of a pretended history of paranormal magical powers.”