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birtherism

That's bad enough. But Trump compounds the outrageousness by directly citing Thomas Jefferson as rationale for the move. While
President-Elect Trump released a short statement upon hearing that Obama had released his birth certificate onto the snow
Rep. Tom Price's spokesman later said he does believe President Barack Obama was born in the U.S.
Trump promises to rebuild America's inner cities, which he claims are less safe than the streets of Afghanistan. He promises to create millions of jobs. He promises, yes, to make American great again. Does anyone believe him? Tens of millions do.
More proof that the GOP has been enabling birther conspiracies all along.
"I was the one that got him to put up his birth certificate."
It was a beautiful thing to watch. There's nothing sweeter than witnessing a Donald Trump implosion in front of 100-million people. I suspect the first presidential debate will likely go down as the modern-day Kennedy-Nixon contest for its ultimate impact on the election.
Well, the first presidential debate is a done deal, and as always I like to quickly type out my own personal reactions before reading everyone else's, to give you an opinion uninfluenced by the herd mentality of the rest of the media.
Electing a president whom Colin Powell calls "an international pariah" might please those who like nothing better than "sticking it" to friends and enemies alike. Shall America model itself on Trump by being pathologically thin-skinned, stiffing our creditors, and evading responsibility? With such a leader, who needs enemies?
His aides have discovered a painful truth: The conspiracy theory will never fully die.