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Donald Trump Urges Supporters To Vote 20 Days After The Election

‘Make sure you get out and vote November 28th.’

Donald Trump is fighting a two-front war these days. Not only is he falling behind in a tense election against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, his campaign is fighting Republican leadership as well. Yesterday, Trump chastised Speaker of the House Paul Ryan saying calling him “weak and ineffective.” He also called out former GOP presidential nominee John McCain saying he’s “foul mouthed.” With so much on his plate, it makes sense that he accidently told his supporters at a Florida rally yesterday to vote for him 20 days after the election. “If we don’t win, all it is is a little asterisk in history,” Trump said. “There’s never been anything like this. So go and register, make sure you get out and vote November 28th.”


There’s another reason why November 28th may be on the GOP nominee’s mind. Back in May, a federal judge set a November 28th trial date for the class action suit brought against Trump University. The lawsuit alleges that Trump University students were defrauded, and instead of learning real estate investing, they were treated to “infomercials pushing additional seminars and workshops.”

Clinton supporters, in a show of good sportsmanship, are also encouraging Trump supporters to show up to the polls on November 28th.

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