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« on: July 18, 2012, 05:07:23 am »

Sheriff Joe Arpio and his Birther Posses held their second news conference yesterday, and they now claim that not only is the bc fake, his Selective Service info may be fake as well. Hmm, go figure!

http://www.kpho.com/story/19029890/arpaio-to-release-new-info-in-birther-flap-tuesday

Look at how CBS 5 tries to change the direction of the story. I watch CBS 5 basically every weekday morning and evening, and they are not bashful about bashing Arpio, especially over immigration. CBS 5 News crew (Nightly female anchor and the morning female anchor are Latino, as well as the field reporters they use the most for stories)  has an obvious latino slant to their programming and comments. It's been embarassing to see a local news outlet be so biased and racial in their reporting, but the other stations here are horrible.
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« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2012, 06:03:07 am »



'IT'S A FAKE'
http://news.yahoo.com/arpaio-obama-birth-record-definitely-fraudulent-010211250.html?_esi=1


Sheriff Joe's Obama probe finds 'national security threat'...
http://www.wnd.com/2012/07/arpaio-obama-probe-finds-national-security-threat/

Calls Congress to move on eligibility...
http://times247.com/articles/arpaio-calls-congress-to-move-on-obama-eligibility

VIDEO: 'Every document surrounding Obama plagued with problems'...
http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/story/19042196/arpaio-zullo-to-give
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« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2012, 08:57:13 am »

Kilika, maybe you know much more about this b/c you're from AZ, but IMHO, it just seems like a charade to me to distract the masses...

For the record, it's pretty obvious Obama is NOT a natural citizen - there's been TONS of evidence prior to what this Sheriff claims to have now that has been presented for 4 years. Remember the sign in Kenya that says how this is the birthplace of Obama? Or how about in 2004 when he was running for Senator, news articles were explicitely saying he was born in Kenya?

Again, pretty much everything this sheriff is "revealing" is nothing new. But somehow this sheriff from no-where USA(no pun intended against your state, Kilika) claims to have the "smoking gun"? Roll Eyes

There were plenty of opportunties in 2008 to expose Obama's fake birth certificate, but people like John McCain(his "opponent") didn't do anything about it, now all of a sudden this sheriff is emerging as a "hero"?

There's much more big fish to fry out there - in case this sheriff doesn't know it, we're having the largest natural disaster in our country(the current major drought).
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« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2012, 02:34:36 pm »

Kilika, maybe you know much more about this b/c you're from AZ, but IMHO, it just seems like a charade to me to distract the masses...

For the record, it's pretty obvious Obama is NOT a natural citizen - there's been TONS of evidence prior to what this Sheriff claims to have now that has been presented for 4 years. Remember the sign in Kenya that says how this is the birthplace of Obama? Or how about in 2004 when he was running for Senator, news articles were explicitely saying he was born in Kenya?

Again, pretty much everything this sheriff is "revealing" is nothing new. But somehow this sheriff from no-where USA(no pun intended against your state, Kilika) claims to have the "smoking gun"? Roll Eyes

There were plenty of opportunties in 2008 to expose Obama's fake birth certificate, but people like John McCain(his "opponent") didn't do anything about it, now all of a sudden this sheriff is emerging as a "hero"?

There's much more big fish to fry out there - in case this sheriff doesn't know it, we're having the largest natural disaster in our country(the current major drought).

Wow, maybe your missing the whole point. This is significant, and Phoenix is the 6th largetst city in the US, which Maricopa County is the Phoenix metro area mostly that includes several other smaller cities of over 100k each. HARDLY "no-where USA"!

Obvious he's not a citizen doesn't cut it. That's the attiude of people that got this country in this mess in part. It's called apathy. While the pulbic were sitting around fat and happu on their carnal wealth, their enemies snuck right in and have taken over the country, which is now being run by full-blown socialists, and one of them, the president, isn't even a legal president.

The difference is a law enforcement offical, not some retired cop, is making the allegations.

This is a potential criminal case. Don't you see that? Obama committed election fraud AT LEAST, as well as a slew of others that have broken the law to keep his fake backside in office. The guy should be handcuffs.

Arpio is internationally known for "Tent City" if nothing else.

Is it all a show for distraction? To distract from what? Pick a topic that needs attention but is ignored instead.

Arpio doesn't claim to be the one with the "smoking gun", he is claiming what others have been trying to get the media to report on, the facts, and not some biased news story trying to make them look like they are in it for money like CBS 5 did with their story.

And look at how the White House is reacting. Look at the literal witch hunt they have on Arpio over SB1070 and immigration.

This thing is huge.

But the one point people seem to not realize; Hawaii has yet to produce a single document. NONE. All they have done so far is send out letters saying it has been "seen" or verified/whatever they claim and is "on file", but not a single document has been produced. They have produced NOTHING.

The document the White House produced is a forgery, period. As I understand it, a doctored/forged government document is a felony.

Arpio isn't emerging as a hero at all. He's the projected villian, and the feds are the ones trying to vilify him because of immigration and the gun-running the feds got caught doing with the drug cartels, who no doubt are CIA supported.

Yeah, I think your missing the point.
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« Reply #4 on: July 18, 2012, 03:00:01 pm »

But the one point people seem to not realize; Hawaii has yet to produce a single document. NONE. All they have done so far is send out letters saying it has been "seen" or verified/whatever they claim and is "on file", but not a single document has been produced. They have produced NOTHING.


Believe it or not, Mike Rivero(one of the "alternative media" guys who used to be on the same GCN airwaves as Alex and others) has somehow claimed that Obama's birth certificate in Hawaii is genuine.

Rivero is well loved among the "truth" movement b/c of his claims how "Zionist Jews" are running the Illuminati. But how he came up with this nonsense? I have no idea.
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« Reply #5 on: July 18, 2012, 03:07:36 pm »

Well, again another person making the claim, but producing zero proof. Rivero can get in line with the rest of them.

They try to put certain people forward that will lend credibility to their claim that the birth certificate actually exists and proves his citizenship, but through all those people, even his alleged friend Gov. Abercrombie, not a single document has been produced by the state of Hawaii.

Notice how they got AZ AG Bennet to ask Hawaii for verification, and they sent him a letter basically saying "yes it's on file", and so Bennet was satified! A letter, and he's satisfied? He was a another sellout in an attempt to make Arpio look bad because Bennet did his little thing after Arpio did his first news conference on the BC. What was it he said?...

http://www.yumasun.com/articles/bennett-79207-hawaii-office.html
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Bennett said he refused to demand that Hawaii actually send a certified copy of Obama's birth certificate. State officials there have said such documents are not public records, though they did give a copy to the president himself which the White House subsequently posted on its website.

Read more: http://www.yumasun.com/articles/bennett-79207-hawaii-office.html#ixzz210WfFkeh

This is allegedly the communications between Bennet and Hawaii. If true, look at how Hawaii stonewalls! WOW.
http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/05/ken_bennett_birther_hawaii_arizona_emails.php

Why in the world would they let this fester all this time if they actually had a legitimate document on file? Why withhold it? They could put this thing to rest long ago, if what they say is true, but they haven't.

I don't think there can be a bigger red flag!
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« Reply #6 on: July 19, 2012, 01:34:24 pm »

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Dont think i have ever listened to this guy
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Dont think i have ever listened to this guy


Neither have I - but like said, he's well received among the "truth" movement b/c of his anti-Israel/"Illuminati Jews are running the NWO" rants. Just one thing about what Rivero said - no, I don't believe much of anything he says on this, but he claims that Obama was a b@stard child born in Hawaii, and the whole thing is being covered up for this reason when running for Prez, which is why this whole birther-certificate issue is being used as a distraction.

Like said, I don't buy Rivero as any kind of trusted source, but this is what he says, and this has subsequently been floating around on the netosphere. FYI - Rivero is a former NASA employee(and has denied chemtrails exist)...which itself raises a big red flag about his credibility.

Anyhow, like this discussion pretty much says - it's amazing how deep this corruption is in our very present day. Yes, the Illuminati "elects" our "leaders", but I don't recall corruption being nearly this rotten even back when I was a very young boy.
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Anyhow, like this discussion pretty much says - it's amazing how deep this corruption is in our very present day. Yes, the Illuminati "elects" our "leaders", but I don't recall corruption being nearly this rotten even back when I was a very young boy.

what do you expect? we are under judgment, it will only get worse. Amerika just dont make it.
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Trump defiant as polls rise, won’t say Obama was born in United States
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CANTON, Ohio — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said in an interview here that he remains unwilling to say that President Obama is born in the United States, that he is more bullish than ever on his chances to win and that he is not exploring the launch of a new media company in case he loses the race.

Trump also made a far-from-subtle push — in the interview and in a letter from his doctor released Thursday — to be seen as vigorous and healthy, as his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, returned to the campaign trail after being treated for mild pneumonia.

In the interview, conducted late Wednesday aboard his private plane as it idled on the tarmac here, Trump suggested he is not eager to change his pitch or his positions even as he works to reach out to minority voters, many of whom are deeply offended by his long-refuted suggestion that Obama is not a U.S. citizen. Trump refused to say whether he believes Obama was born in Hawaii.

“I’ll answer that question at the right time. I just don’t want to answer it yet,” Trump said.


When asked whether his campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, was accurate when she said recently that he now believes Obama was born in this country, Trump responded: “It’s okay. She’s allowed to speak what she thinks. I want to focus on jobs, I want to focus on other things.”

He added, “I don’t talk about it anymore. The reason I don’t is because then everyone is going to be talking about it as opposed to jobs, the military, the vets, security.”

In the interview, Trump defended his wife’s immigration history; attacked targets ranging from CNN host Anderson Cooper to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.); and said he had been “respectful” since Clinton fell ill but “that doesn’t mean that I’m going to stay there.”

Sitting in his plush, cream-and-gold cabin as his top aides looked on, Trump began by repeatedly recounting his poll numbers, which have ticked up nationally and in some key states.

Trumps said a possible turning point in the race came last week when Clinton said that “half” of his supporters belonged in a “basket of deplorables” — a remark she has since said she regretted.

“It’s the single biggest mistake in this political cycle, a massive comment, bigger than 47 percent,” Trump said, a reference to Mitt Romney’s controversial 2012 statement at a fundraiser about voters who receive government benefits or pay little in taxes. “When I first heard it, I couldn’t believe that she said it.

Clinton and her campaign argue that some Trump backers are racist and misogynistic, and have sought to link him to the “alt-right” movement of self-avowed white nationalists, many of whom have rallied around his candidacy.


After several days of recovering from pneumonia at home, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail greeting well-wishers in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday.© Melina Mara/The Washington Post After several days of recovering from pneumonia at home, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail greeting well-wishers in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday. 
“The alt-right. You know they came up with the term ‘alt-right,’” Trump said, blaming Clinton and her allies, although the term has been used within the movement for years. “I think the term itself is ridiculous. The alt-right. When did it come into existence? It was just made up.”

Trump was a leading and vocal proponent of the debunked conspiracy theory that the nation’s first black president was born overseas and thus not eligible for the White House. Obama released his long-form Hawaiian birth certificate in 2011, but Trump has never disavowed his earlier claims.

The Republican nominee said he still believes he can win significant support from black voters. “I’ve come up with African American voters like a rocket ship,” he said.

When told again that the birther issue could still hang over his candidacy and its appeal to that voting bloc in particular, Trump glared and said, “I think it hangs over the reporters.”

There have been rumors and scattered media reports for months that Trump has been considering founding a media company with his friend, former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, should he lose the presidency. But Trump said he has never had a conversation about launching a venture with Ailes or other prominent right-wing media figures.

“No, never did,” he said. “I want to win the presidency and I want to make America great again. It’s very simple. I have no interest in a media company. False rumor.”

Trump characterized Ailes, who resigned from Fox News after a series of sexual harassment allegations, as a trusted friend more than a formal adviser. “He’s certainly been very successful at what he does and on occasion, we’ll talk. I love the benefit of his experience and knowledge. He’s had an amazing experience. But there is no role.”

Trump said Ailes has told him “some interesting things about past debates” during conversations they’ve had over several weekends at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, N.J.

“Debate skills are either something you either have or don’t have. You have to prep. You have to have knowledge,” he said. “But when people say you have to be nice or not nice, well, I won’t really know until it begins. Because if she treats me with respect, I’ll treat her respect. If she doesn’t, I’ll reciprocate. If she’s respectful of me, I’ll be that way with her.”

Trump said he was unconcerned that moderators may decide to fact-check during the forums.

“I don’t care. My facts are good. My facts are good. I don’t get enough credit for having my facts right,” Trump said. “They’ll say I’m wrong even when I’m right.”

Trump took an unprompted shot at Cooper, who is one of the moderators selected by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates. Trump said he would attend the debate moderated by Cooper but remains unhappy with his selection.

“I don’t think Anderson Cooper should be a moderator because Anderson Cooper works for CNN and over the last couple of days, I’ve seen how Anderson Cooper behaves,” Trump said. “He’ll be very biased, very biased. I don’t think he should be a moderator. I’ll participate but I don’t think he should be a moderator. CNN is the Clinton News Network and Anderson Cooper, I don’t think he can be fair.”

On Wednesday, Trump’s wife, Melania, released a letter from her attorney who attested with “100% certainty” that she had immigrated legally from Slovenia, following several news stories scrutinizing how she entered and worked in the United States before gaining citizenship.

With the letter, Donald Trump said, there is no longer a need for his wife to hold a news conference on the topic, as the campaign once promised. He also reiterated his refusal to release his tax returns as Clinton and all other presidential candidates have done for decades, citing an Internal Revenue Service audit that he says is ongoing.

Briefly discussing foreign affairs, Trump bristled at the idea that he had “embraced” Russian President Vladimir Putin with positive comments about him, including his contention last week that Putin was superior to Obama in leadership skills.

“By the way, that’s a totally false narrative. I haven’t embraced them. You know that,” he said. When told that he has been more warm to Putin than many other Republicans, Trump said, “No. No.”

“I simply said that Putin is a stronger leader than Obama,” he said.

Trump on Thursday released a letter from his longtime doctor, Harold N. Bornstein at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, that summarized the candidate’s latest physical and discussed it on “The Dr. Oz Show.” It said he takes a statin drug to lower his cholesterol and has a body mass index in the overweight range but is in “excellent” condition.

Trump defended Bornstein, who has come under scrutiny after acknowledging that he rushed writing a previous hyperbolic statement on Trump’s health, as “very, very professional.”

“He’s never been exposed to the public like this so he was having a little bit of a hard time,” Trump said.

Trump said Bornstein’s letter will be the final document that he will release on his health before the election. He does not plan to share a trove of medical files as other presidential candidates, such as Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) have done during previous campaigns.

“There is nothing else to release,” Trump said.

He took a swipe at Clinton, whose campaign on Wednesday released a two-page letter from her doctor that said she had been treated for “mild” bacterial pneumonia but is in overall good health and “fit to serve as president.”

“She didn’t give this. She didn’t give all of these EKGs,” Trump said, referring to an electrocardiogram test result included in the letter. “I took EKGs. She said her cholesterol is okay, I say what my cholesterol is. I give the good, the bad, and the other cholesterols. I give all three cholesterols.”

When asked directly if he has ever had a major illness or a heart attack, Trump said he has not. “No,” he said. “I’ve never had a scare.”

Trump shrugged off a question about whether he could use more exercise.

“I guess. But that’s exercise,” he said of his raucous rally speeches. “When you’re up there soaking wet, the room is 90 degrees because there are so many people. … It’s warm. It’s like that in a lot of rooms.”

Told that Reid, the Senate minority leader, said that Trump is “not slim and trim,” Trump grimaced and waved his hand dismissively.

“Harry Reid? I think he should go back and start working out again with his rubber work-out pieces,” an apparent reference to the exercise band that snapped last year and caused Reid to fall and break a number of ribs and some facial bones.

Since Clinton fell ill Sunday at a memorial service marking the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Trump had been relatively reserved in his response. But he has sounded taunting in some of his recent remarks, such as when he wondered aloud at his rally Wednesday whether Clinton “would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this.”

“I don’t think so,” Trump told the cheering crowd.

“I asked a question,” Trump said in the interview soon after. “Everyone screamed ‘no.’ I want to be respectful. I’m a respectful person. That doesn’t mean that I’m going to stay there. But right now, she’s in bed recuperating and I want to be respectful.”

Trump also said that he resisted weighing in on Clinton’s illness on Twitter Sunday because “I thought it would be inappropriate to tweet when I saw her in serious danger.”

But was he tempted?

“No, Trump said quickly. “No. I was not tempted. Not even a little bit.”
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http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-finally-acknowledges-obama-born-in-us/ar-BBwe3kP?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp
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Trump finally acknowledges Obama born in US
 
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Donald Trump has finally acknowledged the fact that President Barack Obama was born in the United States.

Trump said Friday that "that President Barack Obama was born in the United States, period."

As he did so, the Republican nominee repeated the conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton's 2008 campaign for president started the so-called the "birther controversy."

There is no evidence that is true, and Clinton and her allies have strongly denied that suggestion.

Trump says of the "birther" movement: "I finished it. You know what I mean."


The Republican nominee has for years been the most prominent "birther," the name given to those who propagated the falsehood that Obama was born outside of the country.

EARLIER:

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump's campaign says the Republican presidential candidate now believes President Barack Obama was born in the United States, but the Republican nominee has yet to personally repudiate his past promotion of the false premise that Obama was not.

Meanwhile, as Trump's campaign sought to put that false conspiracy theory to rest, it stoked another: saying the "ugly incident" known as the birther movement was started by Hillary Clinton. There is no evidence that is true.

"She is the one that started it, and she was unable or incapable of finishing it. That's the way it worked it," Trump said in a phone interview with Fox Business Network early Friday. He said he was planning to "make a big announcement" later in the day at his new Washington hotel.
 
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Clinton says Trump owes Obama an apology for 'birther' claims


 
Clinton herself said Friday that Trump owes Obama and the American people an apology for his role in the birther movement that questioned the president's citizenship.

Clinton said at an event with black women that Trump's campaign was "founded on this outrageous lie" and "there is no erasing it."

She said Trump is feeding into the "worst impulses, the bigotry and bias" of some people.

For years, Trump was the most prominent proponent of the "birther" idea that Obama was born outside the U.S. It provided Trump with his entry into Republican politics and for years has defined his status as an "outsider" who is willing to challenge convention.

As late as Wednesday, Trump would not acknowledge that Obama was born in Hawaii, declining to address the matter in a Washington Post interview published late Thursday night.

"I'll answer that question at the right time," Trump said. "I just don't want to answer it yet."

Asked by the paper whether his campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, was accurate when she said in a recent television interview that her boss now believes the president was born in the U.S., Trump was equally evasive. "It's OK. She's allowed to speak what she thinks. I want to focus on jobs. I want to focus on other things," he said.

Clinton seized on Trump's refusal during a speech Thursday night before the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.

"He was asked one more time where was President Obama born and he still wouldn't say Hawaii. He still wouldn't say America," Clinton said. "This man wants to be our next president? When will he stop this ugliness, this bigotry?"

Hours later, campaign spokesman Jason Miller issued a statement that suggested the question had been settled five years ago — by Trump.

"In 2011, Mr. Trump was finally able to bring this ugly incident to its conclusion by successfully compelling President Obama to release his birth certificate," Miller said.

"Mr. Trump did a great service to the president and the country by bringing closure to the issue that Hillary Clinton and her team first raised," he added. "Inarguably, Donald J. Trump is a closer. Having successfully obtained President Obama's birth certificate when others could not, Mr. Trump believes that President Obama was born in the United States."

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« Reply #11 on: September 16, 2016, 06:22:07 pm »

It wasn't Arpio who started this whole "birther" movement...All by design...

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/donald-trump-perpetuated-birther-movement-years-203024019--abc-news-topstories.html
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How Donald Trump Perpetuated the 'Birther' Movement for Years

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time today that President Obama was born in the United States -- after years of leading the "birther" movement, casting doubt on the president's birthplace and fueling a raft of conspiracy theories.

Trump, in fact, refused to acknowledge that Obama was born in Hawaii even yesterday in an interview published in the Washington Post, more than five years after the president released his long-form birth certificate.

The real estate mogul repeatedly called for the President to release his full birth certificate and questioned the authenticity of the documents once he did so. As a presidential candidate, he has declined to say the President was born in the United States -- until today.

Here is how Trump's "birther" campaign unfolded.

2011

Following a successful Conservative Political Action Conference appearance where Trump announced he is considering a run for the presidency, he begins appearing on talk shows urging President Obama to release his birth certificate and questioning if he was born in the United States.

"I want him to show his birth certificate. There is something on that birth certificate that he doesn’t like," he said in an appearance on ABC's "The View." On "Fox & Friends," Trump insisted Obama spent "millions of dollars in legal fees trying to get away from this issue," and floated the idea on Bill O'Reilly's show that the certificate could say the president is a Muslim.

Trump also claimed that he dispatched a team of investigator "and they cannot believe what they’re finding," he said on the "Today" show.

In April of that year, in an unusual move, Obama released his long-form birth certificate, stating in fact that he was born in Hawaii. Trump held a press conference where he took credit for the development, but said he still needed to assess the document.

2012

Trump decides not to run for president, but continues to use media appearances and social media to question the authenticity of Obama's birth certificate.

That October, one month before the election, Trump releases a YouTube video claiming he will give $5 million to charity of the President’s choice if he releases his passport/college applications and records.

2013

Trump did fewer media appearances speaking about this issue. But when he spoke with ABC News' Jon Karl in August 2013 in Iowa, he said he was still unsure about the authenticity of President Obama's birth certificate.

"Some people say that was not his birth certificate. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't. I’m saying I don’t know. Nobody knows," he told Karl.

That December, he questioned why theState Health Director who verified Obama's birth certificate died in a plane crash while others on board lived.

2014

Speaking at the National Press Club, Trump says he doesn’t regret questioning President Obama’s citizenship, and there’s a “chance” he was born in the United States. He also speculates that President Obama wrote he was born in Kenya on his college applications to receive more financial aid.

"So look there are three things that could happen. And one of them did happen. He was perhaps born in Kenya. Very simple, okay. He was perhaps born in this country but said that he was born in Kenya. Because if you said you were born in Kenya, you got aid and you got into colleges. And people were doing that," Trump said. "So perhaps he was born in this country, that has a very big chance. Or you know, who knows."

Trump also urged hackers to authenticate President Obama’s birthplace:

2015

After Trump announces his presidential candidacy in June, he begins appearing frequently on cable and talk shows. During these appearances, he refuses to say if President Obama was born in the United States. "No. I don't know. I really don't know," he said in a July interview with Anderson Cooper. ABC News' George Stephanopoulos presses him about this on "This Week" in September, and he declines to answer. "I don't get into it. And I just don’t talk about it," he said.

Two days after this interview, he tweets that Hillary Clinton started the birther movement.

Politifact has debunked that claim, saying in 2015 that the theory started with Clinton supporters in 2008, not the candidate herself. The organization said there is also no "direct tie" to the campaign and Clinton has denied being behind the rumors.

2016

Trump has also said with great alacrity on the campaign trail the president's middle name -- Hussein -- a move employed by some who believe Obama is a Muslim. Specifically, he repeated it when claiming that the president was the founder of ISIS.

"He is the founder of ISIS," he said during a rally in Florida in August. "He founded ISIS. And I would say the co-founder would be crooked Hillary Clinton."

On Sept. 15, Trump again refuses to say if President Obama was born in the United States. In an interview with the Washington Post, Trump refuses to say if President Obama was born in the United States in an interview.

"I’ll answer that question at the right time," he said. "I just don’t want to answer it yet."

This is despite a number of surrogates saying on the campaign trail that Obama was born in the U.S.

That same day, his campaign releases a statement saying Trump believes President Obama was born in America, and repeats the claim Hillary Clinton’s campaign sparked the birther movement.

The next day, Trump, speaking from his new property in Washington DC, reiterates his belief that Clinton started the birther movement, but concedes President Obama was born in the United States.

"Now, not to mention her in the same breath, but Hillary Clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy," he said. "I finished it. I finished it. You know what I mean. President Barack Obama was born in the United States period. Now, we all want to get back to making America strong and great again.”
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« Reply #12 on: September 16, 2016, 06:59:04 pm »

Hillary started the birther movement.  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #13 on: September 16, 2016, 08:22:51 pm »

Hillary started the birther movement.  Roll Eyes

Then why did Arpio get all the credit for this 4-5 years ago? And not to mention too that he stood down and said nothing more after the 2012 election. And it took them EIGHT years to figure out Hillary started all of this?

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