U.S. - An exhaustive search of the 152 million Americans eligible to be president has concluded, leaving the U.S. with the two best possible choices for that office: Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
"I'm a little apprehensive for Election Day," said Della Daniels, a teacher, echoing the sentiment of many voters. "How in the world am I supposed to decide between two such great individuals?"
Donald Trump was the person selected to be president in 2016 after months of work and billions of dollars spent in search of the best American to be president. Shockingly, the American political system this year has found someone who possibly could be even better, Joe Biden.
"This is proof democracy doesn't work," said political analyst, Willard Bradley. "People are given this absolutely impossible choice and told they have to pick. I mean everyone loves Donald Trump, but we're also in complete awe of Joe Biden. Yet we have to pick one. It's like being asked to pick between sunshine and the laughter of babies."
There is a proposal this year to add a time limit to voting so there won't be a repeat of 2016 when people looked at the choices of Trump and Hillary Clinton and just froze -- sometimes for hours -- as they were unable to pick only one.