Even the most committed Trump supporters are starting to think that backing this loon probably isn't a great idea, and some voters who have set up recurring donations to the Trump campaign are now deciding to cancel. There is only one problem—they can't.
One former Trump supporter reached out to Jeremy Diamond, a CNN correspondent who is covering Trump's campaign, and said he's having trouble canceling a reoccurring donation to the Trump campaign.
There does not seem to be a cancel button, and the website offers no way to contact anyone who can help them cancel donations.
Mic decided to investigate these claims for themselves and see if this alleged former Trumpian was telling the truth. They set up a $1 recurring donation to the Trump Campaign, and when they tried to cancel it, Mic confirmed that there was no cancelation option.
Not only that, but you could not edit or remove your credit card information on the website.
Mic concluded that the way to stop donating is to call your bank and cancel your credit card. If not, you will be donating to Trump forever.
To be fair, Mic also set up recurring $1 donations to Clinton's campaign to see if they too tried to trap you into an eternity of donating. Mic noted that it was very simple to cancel donations on Clinton's website.
The RNC and Trump raised $80 million in July, "trumping" the $60 million raised by Clinton. However, according to statistician Nate Silver, Clinton is leading Trump in the polls by a pretty significant margin.
Too bad money doesn't always translate into votes, Donny.