OBAMA’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE
The State of Hawaii says that Obama’s birth certificate is authentic. You would think that that is enough proof that Obama’s birth certificate is genuine, and that he is a natural born American. That should end the controversy.
It hasn’t. Many believe that the birth certificate is not authentic.
Blames network’s dismal ratings on refusal to expose eligibility scandal
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump smacked CNN today, telling lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer the network would improve its dismal viewer ratings if it would only report the issue of Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president “accurately.”
“Obama does not like the issue of where he was born…” he told Blitzer in the interview. “There’s something that bothers Obama very much. I will tell you: It’s not an issue that he likes talking about, so what he does is use reverse psychology on people like you … He does not like that issue because it’s hitting very close to home. You know it, and he knows it – but you don’t report it accurately.”
Blitzer blasted Trump: “Donald, you and I have known each other for a very long time, and I don’t understand why you’re doubling down on this ‘birther’ issue after the state of Hawaii formally says this is the legitimate birth certificate, he was born in Hawaii. Why are you going through all of this, Donald?”
The White House Blog
President Obama’s Long Form Birth Certificate
08:57 AM EDT
Ed. Note: Read the transcript of the President’s remarks following this release or watch the video below:
In 2008, in response to media inquiries, the President’s campaign requested his birth certificate from the state of Hawaii. The state sent the campaign the President’s birth certificate, the same legal documentation provided to all Hawaiians as proof of birth in state, and the campaign immediately posted it on the internet. That birth certificate can be seen here (PDF).
www.whitehouse.gov/…obamas-long-form-birth–certificate – Cached
HONOLULU — The state of Hawaii has verified President Barack Obama’s birth records to Arizona’s elections chief after a nearly three-month back and forth that Arizona officials said could have ended without the incumbent’s name on its November ballot.
For a detailed account, go to the link below