US Election Moved To November 28?
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called out to the residents of Florida to cast their ballots this Election Day – on November 28.Advertisement
The actual date of the Election Day is November 8.
“There’s never been anything like this so go and register,” Trump said. “Make sure you get out and vote, November 28.”
Donald Trump: Republican presidential nominee urges people to vote on Nov 28.
As reported by Politico, the comment came during a Florida rally on Tuesday where he called for an extension of voter registration in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. Although the presidential nominee did not correct himself at the time, he said the correct date – November 8 – later during the rally.
The relevant tweets can be viewed towards the bottom of the story.
Meanwhile, in the wake of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s decision to not back Trump, the business leader criticized Ryan as a “weak and ineffective leader,” BBC reports. Ryan is one of the Republicans who said he would not defend Trump following the release of a 2005 video showing the business mogul making derogatory comments about women.
In a tweet, the business mogul said, “Our very weak and ineffective leader, Paul Ryan, had a bad conference call where his members went wild at his dishonesty.”
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Donald Trump: Paul Ryan is a “weak and ineffective” leader.
Nevertheless, Trump is receiving a strong support from his running mate Mike Pence. In an event in Iowa, Pence lauded the presidential nominee for apologizing for the comments. “You have nominated a man for president who never quits, who never backs down. He is a fighter, he is a winner.”
Trump’s comments have been highly criticized by several incumbent Republican senators, House members and governors. Many have also called for Trump to bow out of the presidential race.
According to a new PRRI/Atlantic poll, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads the race ahead of Trump by a margin of 49 to 38.