It’s been a tough election season for Marco Rubio. One might say that a bad “spell” has been cast on Little Marco, especially after he had trouble spelling the name of the United States in a letter.
The Florida senator dispatched a letter to the Alaska Republican Party requesting that they not release his pledged delegates before the GOP national convention.
He refers to his country as the “Untied States.”
“The decision to suspend my campaign for President of the Untied States is not intended to release any National Convention Delegates bound to me as a result of the 2016 delegate selection process that took place in your State,” he wrote.
See the full letter above.
This latest gaffe doesn’t, er, spell good news for Rubio.