However one feels about the candidates running for president, one cannot ignore how taxing campaigning must be for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Both have been zigzagging across the country trying to persuade those who are undecided, and ensure their supporters turn out and vote. And maybe the G.O.P candidate is tired, or just plain worn out because he doesn’t know what day is Election Day.
During rally in Panama City, Fl.,Tuesday (Oct. 12) Trump advised every one in attendance to register to vote and then told them to go out and vote on Nov. 28, 20 days after the Nov. 8 deadline.
I think the pressure may be getting to him pic.twitter.com/WTi3lH3DRV
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) October 12, 2016
Telling supporter Election Day is four days after Thanksgiving is small potatoes compared to Trump’s most recent controversy. While insisting he was just engaging in “locker room talk,” the Republican presidential candidate has seen a dip in the polls after The Washington Post leaked audio from 2005 in which he bragged about grabbing women “by the p***y”
Since the comments were made public, many high-profile Republicans have called for Trump to withdraw from the race including former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Sen. John McCain. Trump however has vowed he will never give up and never drop out as he’s committed to making America great again.
Wherever one stands on the political spectrum, Election Day is Nov. 8, 2016.