Oops! Trump Urges Supporters to Vote On Nov. 28th – 20 Days After the Election
Donald Trump has made his fair share of…shall we call them questionable decisions on the campaign trail toward the presidency. The Republican candidate had another brain fart, this one coming at a rally in Panama City Beach, Florida on Tuesday evening.
In the face of backlash and allegations regarding a certain tape from 2005, Trump urged his supporters to go out and vote for him. Nothing wrong with that, right?
Well, Trump may be a bit behind the wagon, asking his supporters to vote on November 28…which is nearly a month after the ACTUAL election day of November 8.
RT IF YOU WANT TRUMP VOTERS TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER 28 pic.twitter.com/lR18Scadv9
— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) October 12, 2016
Indeed, “there’s never been anything like this.” Perhaps the deep breath he took after saying “Make sure you get out and vote, November 28th…” was him noticing his error? Or maybe the date has other significance for him.
According to Buzzfeed News, Nov. 28 has relevance for the candidate as it marks the start of the trial which will determine whether the now-defunct Trump University defrauded its students.
Of course, Twitter will never let anything slide, so here are some reactions to Trump’s mental error (most of them at the expense of Trump and his supporters):
Oh hey, spotted this on my ritual 6 am Buzzfeed scroll-through… https://t.co/4UlithNgb4
— Rebecca Podos (@RebeccaPodos) October 12, 2016
Yes Trump supporters. Whatever you do please get out and vote on November 28th and not a minute before! https://t.co/55zWi7uLND
— Rashida Jones (@iamrashidajones) October 12, 2016
Remember Deplorable Trump Voters: Sit around your trailers until November 28 to vote for your favorite gargoyle! https://t.co/nbszVbTqen
— Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) October 12, 2016
— Jasmin Harper (@JasminDHarper) October 12, 2016
Not your business, let them be. :)
— Keng Chris Yang (@KengChrisYang) October 12, 2016
— KT (@kristentorres_) October 12, 2016
Is this real life anymore?