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O’Reilly Donald Trump interview, March 30, 2011, Obama birth certificate, Trump birth certificate, O’Reilly response

O’Reilly Donald Trump interview, March 30, 2011, Obama birth certificate, Trump birth certificate, O’Reilly response

“Why has Obama, for over 2 years, employed numerous private and government attorneys to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans

“It is a little bit odd there were hospitals named after Mr Obama in Ghana, but none in New York.”…Michael Cohen, Donald Trump attorney

Bill O’Reilly the pompous bloviator has consistently insulted anyone questioning Obama’s eligibility and the birth certificate controversy. O’Reilly claimed that he thoroughly investigated  and that Obama was born in Hawaii. Please share your so called proof with us.

O’Reilly will interview Donald Trump tonight, Wednesday, March 30, 2011. Will Trump continue to ask the simple probing questions about Obama’s birth certificate and eligibility? What will be O’Reilly’s response?

From Media Matters March 30, 2011.

“I’m sure it will be just a matter of time now before Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck take to the Fox News airwaves to ridicule Donald Trump, who’s been out making easy headlines peddling the debunked birther conspiracy theory.

I’m sure O’Reilly and Beck will take aim at Trump, even though the rest of Fox News is cheering the misguided billionaire on, because, as Media Matters has noted, both Fox hosts are on the record condemning the birth certificate talk.
During the summer of 2009 when Lou Dobbs was doing what Trump is doing now (albeit while anchoring a CNN news show), O’Reilly dismissed the birther talk [emphasis added]:

That theory has been around for a while. The Factor investigated, found out it’s bogus. But Mr. Dobbs is still engaged.

Again, we found out that President Obama was born in Hawaii. We were sent the documents. And what are you gonna do? I don’t know why it’s still around.”

Read more:

http://mediamatters.org/blog/201103300009