Student voters cast their ballots in the Wisconsin presidential primary at Memorial Union's Tripp Commons at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Feb. 19, 2008. ©UW-Madison University Communications 608/262-0067 Photo by: Bryce Richter Date: 02/08 File#: D3 digital camera frame 0190

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BOONE, NC– In a recent interview, formally undecided voter Dustin Harvey revealed that he has chosen to vote for Donald Trump in today’s election solely because Harvey cannot understand his foreign Vietnamese philosophy professor.

“People always tell you to vote for the issues that affect you most, and my inability to understand a word my professor says is that key issue,” stated Harvey. “I know with Trump in the Oval Office, these sorts of interactions with people different than me will be a thing of the past.”

This decision comes at a time when many other undecided voters are choosing their candidate the same day as they head to polls. Like Harvey, their last minute vote is often representative of a single issue.

“Yeah, he might not be the greatest guy, but this issue is too important to not be considered in this election,” said Harvey, adding that he would have voted for Hilary if she was just a little bit meaner to minorities. “I mean seriously, it’s been almost a full semester, and I’m still only retaining a word or two per class. I know Trump will fix this problem, believe me.”

Harvey’s professor, Michael Han, was shocked to discover that one of his students held such negative feelings towards him.

“I can’t really tell why he would vote based only on my nationality, or even why he can’t understand me,” said Han. “I immigrated here when I was a baby. I grew up in Greensboro.”

At press time, Harvey felt confident in his vote for Trump based on his minor inconvenience, though he remained unsure if he had made the right choice for the education board.