Trump’s campaign tries blaming Clinton for his years of birther rhetoric
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has dodged speaking on the subject of President Barack Obama’s citizenship the entirety of his presidential campaign. Trump has avoided this because he was humiliated by Obama. Trump spent many months deriding Obama as a Muslim while questioning Obama’s citizenship. Now that Trump is inches away from the general election with a fair chance of winning the White House he has attempted to walk back his statements of year’s past as if he was only performing a public service. Trump’s senior communications adviser, Jason Miller, released a web of fiction so fine it would make even the greatest liars in the world applaud in awe and wonder.
Read the spin below which has been deftly crated by Trump to attempt to blame Hillary Clinton for his own actions. Trump’s inability to take responsibility for himself is a serious defect and a shining example why he should not be President of the United States.
Jason Miller wrote:
“Hillary Clinton’s campaign first raised this issue to smear then-candidate Barack Obama in her very nasty, failed 2008 campaign for President. This type of vicious and conniving behavior is straight from the Clinton Playbook. As usual, however, Hillary Clinton was too weak to get an answer. Even the MSNBC show Morning Joe admits that it was Clinton’s henchmen who first raised this issue, not Donald J. Trump.
In 2011, Mr. Trump was finally able to bring this ugly incident to its conclusion by successfully compelling President Obama to release his birth certificate. Mr. Trump did a great service to the President and the country by bringing closure to the issue that Hillary Clinton and her team first raised. Inarguably, Donald J. Trump is a closer. Having successfully obtained President Obama’s birth certificate when others could not, Mr. Trump believes that President Obama was born in the United States.
Mr. Trump is now totally focused on bringing jobs back to America, defeating radical Islamic terrorism, taking care of our veterans, introducing school choice opportunities and rebuilding and making our inner cities safe again.”