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WashPost: 'Superstitious' Trump Not Planning Huge Election Party

WashPost: 'Superstitious' Trump Not Planning Huge Election Party

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By    |   Thursday, 03 November 2016 02:32 PM

Donald Trump's presidential campaign revealed that it would be hosting an election-night party at the New York Hilton Midtown. The Washington Post reported Trump is "superstitious" and did not want to jinx the possibility that he would win by planning an elaborate celebration.

The Republican candidate's campaign is not hosting an event at the New York building that bears Trump's name, Trump Tower. The site is a privately owned public space, and the city of New York had fined Trump's campaign $10,000 for holding events there.

The real estate mogul's Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, will also host an election-night party in New York. Clinton and her supporters will be about two miles away at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center—a building that literally contains a glass ceiling, the Post reported.

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, took the opposite tack for his election night party at the time, spending $25,000 for a fireworks show over Boston Harbor, according to Boston.com.

When Romney conceded the election, he canceled the display.

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Donald Trump's presidential campaign revealed that it would be hosting an election-night party at the New York Hilton Midtown. The Washington Post reported Trump is "superstitious" and did not want to jinx the possibility that he would win by planning an elaborate...
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