The horo-or is almost over.
While Americans look down at their ballots this Election Day, what can we learn from looking up at the stars?
Assuming that’s how horoscopes actually work, here’s a peek at today’s forecasts for former Secretary of State and U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton and KKK-supported GOP loudmouth Donald Trump as well as how they might suggest victory for each.
The Secretary of Scorpio
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, both a Scorpio and fire pig according to Chinese astrology
Our very own Madalyn Aslan offers this horoscope for Clinton and all her fellow scorpions: “Romance, recreation or art … take your pick Scorpio as these are the areas you’ll be most attracted to today. Whatever your choice, you pursue with your usual intense focus and passion. Those you care about bring out your emotions, and there’s a deep well of love for anyone you consider family.”
Besides today being Scorpio’s birthday — presumably a huge benefit — it sounds as though the former first lady can take comfort among her loved ones as she undoubtedly counts down the seconds of the day.
Moreover, focusing less on work and concentrating on less stressful activities is her best bet. It might be challenging, but she should try giving her email a break today — for everyone’s sake.
Woman wear pantsuits on Election Day to support Hillary Clinton
Orange like the sun, Donald Trump hopes the stars are in his favor.
It should come as no surprise to Billy Bush that Donald Trump has two distinct personalities.
For this feisty Vladimir Putin fan, Madalyn Aslan advises: “You’ve been keeping your nose to the grindstone at work and it’s claimed a lot of your mental energy and left you feeling kind of tapped out. It’s definitely been challenging to get the recognition you feel you deserve. Stay strong, Gemini, you’ll manage to sell them on you yet.”
If there’s one thing that Trump wants, it’s the recognition he feels like he deserves.
Voters at the polls during the 2016 presidential election
Much of his campaign has been selling people on the idea that he has “the best temperament” and today we’ll finally get to see if voters agree that Trump is fit to lead.
With just hours left to this seemingly unending campaign, we hopefully won’t need to consult Venus nor the Supreme Court as to who our next president will be.
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Source: New York Daily News