President Trump has no other issues on his agenda but questioning Barack Obama’s birth certificate, The New York Times reported.
The US President has continued to question the legitimacy of Obama’s birth certificate during private conversations in recent months. Donald Trump revived his doubts about the fact of Obama’s birth in the United States. Although Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961, Trump publicly questioned Obama’s citizenship for several years before saying in a news conference during the 2016 election that he believed the nation’s first African-American president was born in the US.
Despite his hesitations, in September 2016, Republican nominee Trump said,
“President Barack Obama was born in the United States.”
One year after, he decided to dig that issue deeper. In fact, the Obama’s original long-form birth certificate was published in 2011 by the White House.
Last week was marked by another awkward moment for Donald Trump. The newspaper first reported that Trump has been questioning if the tape “Access Hollywood” is fake. It was an audio, which told about Trump’s groping and kissing women without their consent.
POTUS acknowledged that it was him on the tape and apologized for the comments. His press secretary refused to say if Trump thinks the tape is fake at a press briefing Monday.
“The president addressed this, this was litigated and certainly answered during the election by the overwhelming support for the president and the fact he’s sitting here in the Oval Office today,”
Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday and added President Trump made his position on that clear at that time.