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Eric Trump Just Broke The Law In The Voting Booth. Don’t Make The Same Mistake.

Trumps just don’t mix well with Twitter.

Earlier today, Eric Trump illegally posted a photo of his completed ballot. The son of Republican candidate Donald Trump tweeted out a photo of his marked ballot, a violation of one of New York’s election laws.

The unlawful Tweet:


A reminder of the 126-year-old election law was tweeted out immediately following Trump’s post, causing the billionaire’s son to eventually delete the offense.

It’s doubtful any legal action will be taken against the younger Trump, but it is nice to see one or two final “crazy Trump Tweets” stories before the end of this never-ending election.

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