Donald Trump Fox Greta interview, Trump not convinced of Obama’s birth certificate, Governor Rick Perry, Greta Van Susteren believes Obama
“Why has Obama, since taking the White House, used Justice Department Attorneys, at taxpayer expense, to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans
“The term abstract is subject to different meanings, but in a legal sense, it refers to an abbreviated history of an official record.”…USlegal.com
On October 25, 2011, Greta Van Susteren interviewed Donald Trump on his current stance on Obama’s birth certificate after Governor Rick Perry quoted Trump as still being a skeptic.
Van Susteren stated “Well, I actually — I’m convinced it’s the real deal,”
Here is some of the more compelling evidence:
1. Obama has used private attorneys and USDOJ attorneys at taxpayer expense for over 3 years to prevent presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records.
2. When an image was placed on WhiteHouse.gov in April of 2011, no “chain of record” was authenticated.
3. Here is one a first year law student would question:
It states true copy or abstract.
4. Tim Adams, a election official in Honolulu in 2008 has signed an affidavit, a legal document, stating that there was no birth certificate for Obama in Hawaii in 2008.
What law school did Greta attend?
“VAN SUSTEREN: Donald, nice to talk to you.
DONALD TRUMP, TRUMP ORGANIZATION (Via Telephone): Hello, Greta.
VAN SUSTEREN: I’ve got a lot — a long list today of questions for
you, a lot of topics. Let me start with…
TRUMP: You always do, Greta. You always do.
VAN SUSTEREN: Well, this time, I wrote them all down.
TRUMP: Well, that’s good.
VAN SUSTEREN: Anyway, Governor Rick Perry said that he had dinner with
you recently and that you do not believe the president’s birth
certificate is real or not. Is the governor correct that you don’t
believe it? I thought that you were satisfied.
TRUMP: No, I’m not a major believer. I mean, I don’t know how it just
miraculously appeared, and we’ll see what happens. But I’m never —
I’ve never been a major believer. All of a sudden, after years and
years, it was produced out of nowhere. Some people have serious,
serious doubts as to its validity.
And I frankly really want to get on to much more important subjects,
although that’s a very important one because if, in fact, it’s not 100
percent, he’s not supposed to be the president of this country, which
is a pretty important fact.
But nevertheless, I want to talk about jobs. I want to talk about the
economy. I want to talk about how China and OPEC and others are
ripping us off. But I’m not a fan.
VAN SUSTEREN: I thought last April that it was finally put to rest with you?
TRUMP: No, no, never to rest. I’m at a point where I say, Look, the
country is going to hell in a handbasket, and something has to be done
about it. And we shouldn’t be talking about the birth certificate. But
people love to talk about it.
For instance, it’s your first question. I guess at a luncheon or in an
interview, Governor Perry had mentioned that I said that I’m not a big
believer, and I’m not. I mean, you know, people look at the hospital.
There are no records that his mother was ever there. There are many
other things that are really suspect.
So you know, out of — after years of Hillary wanting it and McCain
wanting it and everybody wanting it, and I put the big pressure on,
all of a sudden, it appears. And people have real questions about the
Now, I don’t want to talk about that. I want to talk about jobs. I
want to talk about how to get this country great again. But I’m not a
VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Well, I actually — I’m convinced it’s the
real deal, so you know, that…
TRUMP: Well, that’s good. I’m glad you are. That’s OK. And some people
are and some people aren’t. And you know, I’m just not as easily