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Donald Trump, and his struggle hair, continues to foolishly question whether or not President Obama was born in America, but he insists that he’s not racist. When questioned about being discriminatory at a GOP convention Saturday (June 2), Trump reminded critics that a Black man (Arsenio Hall) won the latest installment of his Celebrity Apprentice competition.  “Somebody said, ‘Oh, because I brought up the birth certificate, I’m a racist.  I said, ‘How can I be a racist? I just picked Arsenio Hall,’” he said.

The real-estate mogul-turned-reality-star is skeptical of a specific line on Obama’s birth certificate. “There is one line called place of birth, I’d like to see what he said..Perhaps it’s going to say Hawaii, perhaps it’s going to say Kenya,” he explained.

Unlike last year, Trump’s tireless efforts to discredit the president—despite the fact that he released a copy of his birth certificate—is not getting much support. Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, has accepted recent endorsements from Trump and Condoleeza Rice, but has publicly disagreed with the billionaire’s antics.

Meanwhile, someone should tell Trump that there’s nothing more racist than purposely choosing a Black person to win your reality competition to prove that you’re not racist.



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