As Democrats try to distance themselves from President Obama ahead of tomorrow's midterms, one man is bucking the trend.

A Democrat running for local office in Orange County, Florida, posted a fake, error-filled letter of endorsement from the president on his Facebook page.


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Derrick Wallace, who is running for Orange County Commission, says he was so excited to get an alleged letter from Obama that he didn't realize there was anything wrong with it.

The letter, which Wallace has since removed from Facebook, raised red flags with the local newspaper because it contained so many typos and errors -  "accommodate" is misspelled as "accomadate," "nod" is "node" and "Democrat" is typed with a lower case "d."

To add insult to injury, the White House emblem at the top of the page appears to be poorly photoshopped.

"Derrick Wallace is not a member of my side of the Wallace family," Chris Wallace joked on "Outnumbered" today. "I take no responsibility. Arm's length on this one."

Watch the rest of the "Outnumbered" panel react to the hilarious letter in the clip above.


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