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by Sharon Rondeau

Donald Trump is a real estate magnate with golf courses, resorts and hotels around the world

(Sep. 13, 2014) — On Saturday afternoon, The Post & Email received an email from Jeffrey Harrison, who has designed flyers, walked door-to-door in his neighborhood, spoken on radio shows, and written to U.S. Marines Commandant James P. Amos regarding the forgeries of Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form as declared by the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse more than two and one-half years ago.

Harrison wrote:

On 09/06/2014, Donald Trump sent out this tweet:

Attention all hackers: You are hacking everything else so please hack Obama’s college records (destroyed?) and check “place of birth”

(This I found posted on 09/10/2014 at BirtherReport)

My thoughts on this are:  Isn’t it illegal to hack these items?  Can’t Trump do better than this?  Should someone hack these items, who will listen and what good would it do?

Isn’t the real issue fake records and phony bio/history?

While Trump has come to the surface after a while, why doesn’t he take a stronger stand?  Why encourage others to do the dirty work or fall under the law?  What kind of stunt is this?

My idea here is:  Since he came out on this, perhaps you might want to review his stance in the past in an article and comment on his recent tweet.  Further, here is his Twitter address:  @realDonaldTrump.

Can Trump’s Twitter address be used to contact him for his additional support?  Since tweets are judged on volume of response, public encouragement and support could be important for him to become more involved.

I thought of a possible title and I came up with “Trump the Trump” for an article.

On Saturday evening, The Post & Email located Trump’s September 6 tweet and responded to it by asking, “Is there another way to find O’s hidden records, if they exist?”

The tweet was copied to an individual, Jared Earle, who had replied to Trump’s tweet addressed to hypothetical computer hackers.  Earle replied to The Post & Email’s tweet, “you have all the records.”

In the past, Trump has stated publicly that he believes that Obama’s college applications might be the key to discovering Obama’s true past.  At the National Press Club earlier this year, Trump revived his doubts about Obama’s life story when he asked rhetorically why his offer from October 2012 for $5,000,000 to go to a charity of Obama’s choice in exchange for Obama’s release of his passport and college applications was turned down.

In early 2011, when Trump was considering a run for the presidency himself against Obama, he challenged Obama to prove that he was born in the United States and therefore presumably eligible to occupy the highest office in the land.  On April 27 of that year, the White House released what it said was a computer scan of Obama’s long-form birth certificate from the Hawaii Department of Health.  However, within 24 hours, the image was denounced by experts who went on the record to say that it was a poor forgery.

Following Obama’s press conference announcing the release of his purported birth document, Trump publicly said, “experts will look at it,” although he never stated definitively whether or not he believes or has been told by experts that it is a forgery.  However, Trump was pleased and “proud” that his efforts resulted in the release.

In September of that year, the Cold Case Posse commenced an investigation into the image, and on March 1, 2012, declared it a “computer-generated forgery” at a formal press conference with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is known as “America’s toughest sheriff.”

Trump and Arpaio are acquainted, although it is not known how deep the relationship might be.

Several researchers believe that Obama’s higher education was funded by Saudi Arabia, possibly under the name of “Barry Soetoro.”  Trump has asked how Obama gained admittance to Columbia “if he isn’t a very good student.”

Dr. Benjamin Carson, who has been touted as a potential presidential candidate, also publicly questioned Obama’s ability to enter Columbia University after a reportedly mediocre performance while at Occidental College in California for two years.

While Carson said he accepts Obama’s claim to have been born in Hawaii, no hospital there claims the birth, nor has any hospital anywhere in the world claimed that Obama was born there.  However, Obama’s original biography released by his literary agent in 1991 heralding his first book stated, until 2007, that he was “born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.”  The biography was changed to say that Obama was “born in Hawaii” two months after he announced his candidacy for the presidency.

Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires the president and commander-in-chief to be a “natural born Citizen.”  Some scholars believe that the citizenship of the parents is as important as the person’s birthplace, while others insist that the meaning of the term equates to “born on U.S. soil” without regard to the parents’ allegiance or country of citizenship.

Trump has unexpectedly made statements indicating his doubts about Obama’s life story, then receded from the discussion for months at a time.

As a guest on “The View” in March 2012, Trump voiced his concern that Obama was born outside of the country and therefore was not eligible to serve, hypothesizing that Obama’s reported birth announcements were published for “social” or other reasons.

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