Donald Trump
The Republican front-runner made a huge mistake confusing the horrible NYC terrorist attacks with the convenience store. Reuters

Donald Trump is the Republican front-runner hoping to score the nomination to run for President of the United States. During a rally in Buffalo, New York ahead of the important primary elections at the state Trump made a huge mistake. The former "Celebrity Apprentice" host confused 9/11 with the popular convenience store 7-Eleven. He said: "“It’s very close to my heart because I was down there, and I watched our police and our firemen down at 7/11, down at the World Trade Center right after it came down, and I saw the greatest people I’ve ever seen in action.” Trump didn't seem to notice the slip, nor his supporters. Are they really listening to what he's saying? Check out the video below and reactions to the incident.

In recent weeks we have seen how Vicente Fox has it out for Donald Trump and is using social media to lash out against the Republican presidential front-runner. Fox is the former president of Mexico and with justified reasons he is calling out Trump on his bigotry. Mr. Fox has denounced Donald's plans of making Mexicans pay for the wall he proposed to build between the US-Mexico border to stop immigrants crossing over illegally. "I am not going to pay for this f***ing wall," he said in an interview recently. Fox also said about Trump: "He is a loud-mouth, arrogant, ignorant who has no idea what it is to sit in the chair of the U.S. presidency. To follow a false prophet like Donald Trump, to follow him into the dessert without knowing where he's going, is very dangerous."

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