Donald Trump claims to have dirt on Obama, to be released Wednesday

‘It’s going to be very big,’ billionaire tells Fox News

Donald Trump has a game-changing announcement about President Barack Obama, which he will make public on Wednesday, he told hosts of the Fox News program Fox & Friends.

“It’s going to be announced, probably on Wednesday, but I have something very, very big concerning the president of the United States,” Trump said.

Without giving any hints on exactly what this news might be, Trump told hosts Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade in a phone interview that his yet-to-be-announced news could “possibly” change the outcome of the election.

“It’s going to be very big,” Trump said. “I know you will cover it in a very big fashion.”

Trump, a Republican supporter, has been a high-profile “birther,” arguing that the president wasn’t born in the United States, despite a mountain of evidence (including a birth certificate) that proves the president was, indeed, born on U.S. soil.




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Donald Trump claims to have dirt on Obama, to be released Wednesday

  1. Does anybody still take this clown seriously?

    • Most members of the Tea Party do, yes.

      • The Tea Party does? Sounds like fiction to me. Come on, tell the truth, did you just make that up? Otherwise, what do you base that claim on?

  2. At least when the Donald has dirt, he releases it…as opposed to the New York Times, which helps Democrats cover it up.

    A spokeswoman for Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill’s
    re-election campaign told The Daily Caller that the senator and her
    husband first learned the criminal background of the man speaking out
    McCaskill’s husband’s business dealings from The New York Times.

    McCaskill spokeswoman Caitlin Legacki told TheDC on Friday that she
    thinks McCaskill and her husband Joseph Shepard discovered Craig Woods’
    criminal background “[w]hen the New York Times told me in June that he’s
    a felon.”

    If Legacki’s statement is accurate, that would mean the New York
    Times had some information about McCaskill’s husband’s allegedly
    nefarious business dealings – specifically relating to Woods’
    allegations – in June, and for some reason decided not to run it. It
    would also mean the Times provided the McCaskill campaign with the key
    information it’s using to attack the allegations: Woods’ criminal
    record.

    • My one-year old nephew can also be relied up to release his ‘dirt’ when he has it.

    • I still wouldn’t vote for her opponent – the one that thinks we can stop fertilization while being raped.

  3. This is going to be great! I love seeing him fall on his face.

  4. “Tell me the truth Donald…is this news bigger than your ego?”
    “Ha ha, Gretchen, of course not. Nothing’s that big.”

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