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Trump: A strange president, indeed




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April 27, 2011 | 1,990 views | 3 comments

Donald Trump said that the president's reaction to this birth certificate issue has been "strange indeed."

Newsmax ( http://newsmax.com) had a poll question on their website today that read “Do you want Donald Trump for your president?”

I would have to say, no to that question.

I am not ready to commit to a Trump presidency, but I am, excited about the questions that he has been asking. In fact, he has forced the press, for the first time, to quit ignoring some of these questions.

A Newsmax piece by Jim Meyers and Ashley Martella said in their story about the White House’s release of President Obama’s birth certificate, that Trump described President Obama as a “very strange president.”

Trump came out today and took credit for finally forcing the president to release his birth certificate. The certificate itself, is, of course, being scrutinized and there are those who already have proclaimed it to be “doctored.”

(Read more on http://Newsmax.com: Trump: 'It’s a Very Strange President We Have')

Yes, strange, indeed. If this is his authentic birth certificate, why would he not have released it a couple of years ago when people first began asking? It belies logic. And his excuse that he has more important things to do also defies logic.

His more important stuff includes playing golf, making predictions on the NBA playoffs, and today, flying off to Chicago today to appear on the “Oprah” TV show.
So, forget his excuses.

Now, that he's released his birth certificate, let us see his medical records and college transcripts, and we’ll start over at square one. These are all records that the public should have had in the beginning.
 
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7th Generation La Vernian  
La Vernia  
April 28, 2011 7:59am
 
 
Alvin:
Great comment. The courts had already ruled on the birth issue, so the GOP wasted time in pushing this issue. What about GOP president front running? Longer they ... Read More Read More
 
 
Alvin Charmaine  
April 28, 2011 5:04am
 
 
I bet the general public (not the crazy far right) would find Sarah Palin's college transcripts more revealing then Obama's. If they meet in the primaries I sure hope Donald ... Read More Read More
 
 
Elaine K.  
Floresville  
April 27, 2011 9:11pm
 
 
New column posted.
 

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