BY LINDA BENTLEY | OCTOBER 24, 2012
Trump makes Obama a $5 million offer he will likely refuse
‘It will end the question, and indeed the anger, of many Americans’
NEW YORK – After Tweeting a few days ago that he would be making a major announcement today about President Barack Obama, Donald Trump delivered at noon Eastern Time.
In his video announcement, Donald Trump opened with, “President Obama is the least transparent president in the history of this country. There’s never been anything like it. We know very little about our president.”
Trump went on to say, “I am very honored to have gotten Obama to release his long-form birth certificate, or whatever it may be.”
He noted many people have very serious questions and said “I have a deal for the president, a deal that I don’t believe he can refuse, and I hope he doesn’t.
“If Barack Obama opens up and gives his college records and applications, and if he gives his passport applications and records, I will give to a charity of his choice – inner city children in Chicago, American Cancer Society, AIDS research, anything he wants – a check immediately for $5 million.”
He stated the check will be given within one hour after Obama releases all of the records stated.
Trump said Obama would be doing a great service to the country if he releases these records and stated, “It will end the questions, and indeed the anger, of many Americans.”
Since Obama has only released a computer generated forgery of his long form birth certificate and has spent millions in legal fees to keep his records hidden from the public, it seems unlikely he will release these records to Trump for $5 million.
If he doesn’t release these records, it will become apparent that Obama does indeed have something to hide and it could spoil his prospects of being reelected.
If Obama releases these records and the public learns he is not who he says he is and he is not constitutionally eligible to hold the office of president, well, then there will be a whole other series of issues to deal with.
Trump stated, “It is a check I very much want to write,” and said the only caveat was that Obama must release the records to Trump’s satisfaction no later than 5 p.m. on Oct. 31.
Trump concluded the video by thanking the president.