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Donald Trump tried to vote by proxy but got his own birthday wrong

When the family Trump tried to sort their votes in the New York mayoral election last month, they we..

When the family Trump tried to sort their votes in the New York mayoral election last month, they weren’t entirely successful, reports the New York Daily News.

They filled out various forms allowing them to vote despite being on holiday when the ballots were cast.

It all went swimmingly, except …

1.

Melania Trump forgot to sign the envelope, so her vote didn’t count.

2.

Ivanka Trump posted it too late, so her vote didn’t count either.

3.

And Donald Trump got his birthday wrong. He said 14 July 1946, when it’s 14 June 1946.

At least he got the year right. And his name.

It’s not clear if that means Trump’s vote didn’t count either, but he probably got that box wrong as well.

At least they’re not running the country, right?

Trump got his own birthday wrong on his absentee ballot when voting in the NYC mayoral race last month. The NY Daily News obtained his ballot and found the error. https://t.co/mzBvmE77SM

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 14, 2017

It is an easy mistake to make , he only had a one in 300 chance of getting it right !! Many day's on a calendar ! Sometime's you pick the wrong one ! This is why we need voter-I. D. !! In case you forget !

— Walter(Owen's Grandp (@walterowensgrpa) December 14, 2017

Just in case you’re wondering whether this sort of thing should be made public.

Whether you vote or not pic.twitter.com/iouc496usW

— Carol McDermott (@Friskytravelers) December 14, 2017

But that’s not the scariest bit. The scariest bit is how Trump wrote the date. Looks like he got a 5-year-old to do it for him.

Read the full New York Daily News story here.

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