Donald Trump told his Florida supporters to vote on November 28th during a rally in Panama City yesterday. Just to clarify things, the official election day is November 8.
It appears the Republican nominee is either seriously confused or has developed amnesia. Yes, Trump even needs to be fact checked when it comes to telling his supporters when to vote for him.
Trump just told everyone to go vote on November 28
— Alan Rappeport (@arappeport) October 12, 2016
“There’s never been anything like this, so go and register, make sure you get out and vote Nov. 28,” the Presidential nomineed said in Panama City, Florida. That’s a full 20 days after the offical eleciton day. Though he did not immediately correctly himself, he eventually switched to using the right date later on in the rally.
It may be that trump confused election day with the start date of a law suit against Trump University, which is set to be on November 28th.
This isn’t the first time the Republican Presidential candidate has gotten his numbers mixed up. He accidentally refered to the 9/11 terrorist attacks as 7/11 during a rally back in April.
Clinton on the other hand, is sounding more confident by the day, declaing that, “If we win Florida, there’s no way my opponent can win.”