The arrogance and shallowness of the rich: Trump.
Now that the White House released the “dreaded birth certificate” that Trump insisted there was something on it that the President did not want anyone to see, Trump should eat his shoe and STFU.
Responding to the development, Trump said, “I have accomplished something nobody else has accomplished.”
“I want to look at it, but I hope it’s true,” he told reporters in New Hampshire. “He should have done it a long time ago. I am really honored to have played such a big role in hopefully getting rid of this issue.”
What? Played a big role in what? Making a fool of yourself Donald Duck?
A USA Today/Gallup opinion poll sample that was asked if Donald Trump was born in the US, produced this result:
For what it’s worth, not everyone is convinced Trump was born in the USA either: 43% say he definitely was born here, and 20% say he probably was; 7% say he definitely or probably was born in another country. Nearly three in 10 say they don’t know enough to say.
More nonsense from Donald Trump earlier
Why he didn’t do it when the Clintons asked for it, I don’t know.
That’s just a flat untruth. The Clintons never asked for Obama’s birth certificate to be published – although some suggest the origins of the birther argument came from the Clinton campaign during the 2008 primaries. Whether or not that is true, what is true is that the birthers set sail under their own wind long ago.
FactCheck.org Clarifies Barack’s Citizenship
“When Barack Obama Jr. was born on Aug. 4,1961, in Honolulu, Kenya was a British colony, still part of the United Kingdom’s dwindling empire. As a Kenyan native, Barack Obama Sr. was a British subject whose citizenship status was governed by The British Nationality Act of 1948. That same act governed the status of Obama Sr.‘s children.
Since Sen. Obama has neither renounced his U.S. citizenship nor sworn an oath of allegiance to Kenya, his Kenyan citizenship automatically expired on Aug. 4,1982.”
Donald Duck Trump: You’re Fired!
- Video: Trump defends ‘birther’ claims (ac360.blogs.cnn.com)