If GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign doesn't have an office in Miami, why is there a Donald Trump for President Dade County Office? And what gets wetter as it dries?
The Miami Herald solved the riddle on Tuesday, revealing the Facebook page's admin, Mark Bernstein, made the parody page as an accessory to a Trump-themed New Year's party.
"I didn’t think it would ever last this long," Bernstein, 39, told The Herald. "But in the void left by him not actually having any infrastructure, it’s been listed on Google Maps!" It's true.
Bernstein, a Democrat who supported Sen. Bernie Sanders in the primary and plans to vote for Hillary Clinton in November, said he'll maintain the page's conservative façade until Trump's people realize what's up.
"The day his lawyer sends me a threatening letter," Bernstein said, "is the day I frame it and put it in my office as the crowning achievement of my life."
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