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Published: Wednesday, April 27 2011 4:45 p.m. MDT

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homebrew
South Jordan, UT

The dond is at it again. Proclaiming Me, Me ,Me. He wants to take credit for Obama bringing out his birth certificate. (He did it in the 2008 election) He's proud of himself. But he and the other crazies in the rightwingnut republican party just cant be satisfied. They just cannot accept that a Black man is in their Whitehouse. Too bad. Because Obama will be there for 6 more years. The republican party is a trainwreck. America can see the folley of electing them in 2010, and it wont happen again. Not in 2012. The democrats at least are still sane.

Moderate
Salt Lake City, UT

Trump can take credit for showing himself as a man easily fooled.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

He probably did force Obama to come clean! Now if he can just force Obama and the Democrats to come up with a 2010,2011 and a 2012 federal budget!

Furry1993
Somewhere in Utah, UT

The only thing Trump can take credit for is being an exceptionally gullible fool.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Take 'credit?'

*'Family of doctor who delivered Obama 'honored' - By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher - AP - Published by DSnews - 04/27/11
'Obama released a short form copy of his birth certificate in 2008.'

*"I, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, director of the Hawaii State Department of Health, have seen the original vital records maintained on file by the Hawaii State Department of Health verifying Barack Hussein Obama was born in Hawaii and is a natural-born American citizen. I have nothing further to add to this statement or my original statement issued in October 2008 over eight months ago...' - Hawaii: Obama birth certificate is real - USA Today - 07/28/09 - By Dan Nakaso, The Honolulu Advertiser

Trump did nothing worth praise. The only thing he has 'done', is to ignore the same information presented today...

that birthers were denying in 2008.

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