[Donald Trump and his birth certificate are all over the news. I guess he’s thinking of maybe running for President in 2012. Or it’s another scheme by the baddies to try and bring forth Obama’s true origin. Boy, will the American people be surprised when the truth is revealed!
I put this post in here not for all the flittery gossip crap that follows people like Trump but the fact that the whole birth certificate thing is being brought to the forefront which will not only help bring forth Obama’s true identity but prove to YOU the importance of what they are doing with your birth certificate – and that’s trading it on the stock market as a commodity. t]
March 29, 2011
Donald Trump released his official birth certificate to ABC News on Tuesday, the network reports.
The document, issued by the New York City Department of Health, surfaces one day after Trump provided what was described as his official birth certificate to Newsmax. That document, however, turned out to be a “certificate of live birth,” likely given to his family by the New York hospital where he was born, not his actual “birth certificate.”
An image of the document released by Trump on Tuesday and posted on the ABC News website indicates the potential presidential candidate was born at the Jamaica Hospital in New York on June 14, 1946. The same information was featured on the form relayed by Newsmax one day earlier.
While the difference between the documents may seem trivial to some and simply a matter of technicalities, a Trump staffer explained in an e-mail to ABC News that there is a clear distinction between the two. Michael Falcone reports:
“A ‘birth certificate’ and a ‘certificate of live birth’ are in no way the same thing, even though in some cases they use some of the same words,” wrote Trump staffer Thuy Colayco in a message to ABC News. “One officially confirms and records a newborn child’s identity and details of his or her birth [birth certificate], while the other only confirms that someone reported the birth of a child [certificate of live birth]. Also, a ‘certificate of live birth’ is very easy to get because the standards are much lower, while a ‘birth certificate’ is only gotten through a long and detailed process wherein identity must be proved beyond any doubt. If you had only a certificate of live birth, you would not be able to get a proper passport from the Post Office [notice he says “proper” passport here – he doesn’t say that you CAN’T get a passport – which you CAN obtain as a sovereign being] or a driver’s license from the Department of Motor Vehicles [notice he doesn’t say “proper” driver’s license – as a “driver”, you are tied to the rules attached to that statute specific to your province or state]. Therefore, there is very significant difference between a ‘certificate of live birth’ and a ‘birth certificate’ and one should never be confused with the other.”
In releasing his birth records to Newsmax on Monday, Trump called on President Barack Obama to do the same. The billionaire and potential presidential candidate has sparked controversy in recent weeks by questioning whether the president was born in the United States.
“It took me one hour to get my birth certificate,” Trump said of what now appears to be his “certificate of live birth.” “It’s inconceivable that, after four years of questioning, the president still hasn’t produced his birth certificate. I’m just asking President Obama to show the public his birth certificate. Why’s he making an issue out of this?”
Politico’s Ben Smith noted on Monday:
As I wrote earlier, an official copy of Obama’s birth certificate — the same thing Trump would have to prove his own birth — has been available and online for more than three years.
Trump questioned whether the president was born in the United States during a phone interview on “Fox and Friends” earlier this week. “He could have been born outside of this country,” he said before asking, “Why can’t he produce a birth certificate?”
Trump said during the segment that the issue of the president’s birthplace has him “really concerned.”
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