Given the fact that their are 'birthers' on both sides... your comment is not garnering any support here.
Billy, your extreme bigotry and racist ways are well documented.
There are 'birthers' on both sides and you can't prove otherwise.
Potential presidential candidate Donald Trump has often found himself in hot water for making racially-tinged comments — saying in the span of a single press conference, for example, that President Obama should “get off his basketball court” and that a black reporter must be a “big Obama fan.” Yet, Trump insists he has a “great relationship with the blacks.” Responding to accusations of racism this morning on Fox & Friends, Trump said he is the “least racist person there is,” citing the fact that an African-American man won The Apprentice once as proof:
TRUMP: Well, you know, when it comes to racism and racists, I am the least racist person there is. And I think most people who know me would tell you that. I am the least racist, I’ve had great relationships. In fact, Randal Pinkett won, as you know, on The Apprentice a little while ago, a couple of years ago. And Randall’s been outstanding in every way. So I am the least racist person.
Lawrence O’Donnell Touts His Accurate Prediction Trump’s ‘Fake Campaign’ Would End Today
Lawrence O’Donnell didn’t want to say “I told you so,” but given that he has the videotape to prove it, he certainly is entitled to the statement. O’Donnell has been a persistent critic of Donald Trump, and today with Trump’s announcement that he chose Celebrity Apprentice over becoming a candidate, O’Donnell unleashed a stinging critique not just of Trump, but of all political pundits who ever took Trump seriously.
O’Donnell declared that “Donald Trump lied many, many times” and the lie most readily apparent is how Trump repeatedly said he would announce whether he was running for President after the season of Celebrity Apprentice ended. Instead, as O’Donnell predicted, Trump was forced to make his announcement today, at the time and place of NBC’s choosing. O’Donnell concluded, “and so the most monstrous publicity stunt in the history of ego-maniacal TV performer publicity stunts ends with this whimper.”
Yet O’Donnell wasn’t done, given that this “fake campaign” was, in his opinion, a “fraud perpetuated” on journalists and political observers, O’Donnell wanted to explain Trump’s madness:
“He is not self-aware enough or smart enough to be humiliated by anything. He is and always has been a vulgarian who doesn’t have even the vaguest notion of the boundaries of taste and decency.”
That should make for some awkward conversation if Trump and O’Donnell ever bump into one another at the NBC holiday party. Finally O’Donnell suggested that this story was the the “first intelligence test” of the campaign season and warned viewers that they should stop watching or listening to anyone who even for a moment considered Trump to be a serious candidate.
Although O’Donnell shouldn’t be too quick to celebrate that this will be his final segment on Trump. Not only was Trump a great target for O’Donnell’s impassioned arguments, but it also demonstrated his willingness to take on his own employer if the story justified it and his intellectual sophistication in being able to separate himself from the pack of other commentators who were indeed buying whatever it was that Trump was selling.
Watch the clip from MSNBC below
He is such a source of humor that I hope that he remains in the race. Im afraid that, since his last gaffs over the "birth certificate" and then doing a quick change over to "college Transcripts" , Trump is showing taht hes a real lightweight in the political arena.
Connect the dots.
Makes Fool of Himself
Even though Trump never planned on running he still had a better chance at getting elected that Palin ever will.
The announcement of his non-candidacy surprised some of those close to Trump, especially after he had selected a senior campaign staff — including a campaign manager, a pollster and an ad company — and given a tentative green light to an internal plan to announce his candidacy on May 25, according to a source who was regularly consulting with Trump about his candidacy.