Trump’s ‘birther’ lies: The truth behind a viral video

Trump’s birther lie has taken on new life after a video showing a Trump supporter denying he had ever met Abraham Lincoln and accusing President Barack Obama of being a Muslim was shared on social media.

The Trump supporter, called “Davide”, made the video by posting a video of himself on Facebook, a user account he has used to post videos to his channel on his personal account.

The video was uploaded to an account called “Trump Trump”.

“You know, it’s amazing that President Obama was born in Kenya.

And you know, he’s an Arab and he was raised in the United States, but he was born to an American mother,” he said.

“He’s a Muslim and he’s a socialist, he was never born in the US, and he wasn’t even born in America, he never came to the US.

And he’s the president of the United State of America.”

After being called out on his lies, the Trump supporter said: “I don’t know if I’ve ever met him, I’m just a little bit racist.

I was born a Muslim, I was raised Muslim, but I was never a Muslim.

I’m a Christian, I don’t care what you call me, I believe in Jesus Christ.”

Trump supporters are now saying that the video was doctored and they are calling for the White House to investigate Mr Trump’s comments.

The Donald Trump Jr video has been shared more than 4,000 times on Facebook.

The footage shows the Trump campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, saying that she was surprised to hear the president had been born in Africa.

The tape shows Mr Trump saying: “Well, you know what I would say, Kelly?

“We’ve never been asked to leave, and that’s one of the reasons why he’s doing such a great job, because we’re never asked to stay in our jobs. “

“It’s a different culture, it doesn’t happen very often that the president’s born here and the first black president. “

But, you see the President, he is a very talented person, he has the same ability to do what he does. “

It’s a different culture, it doesn’t happen very often that the president’s born here and the first black president.

I don- I’m not trying to be racist, I just don’t understand how he could be born in a country that he does not know, where he doesn’t have any roots.””

I’m not saying that he was not born here.

I don- I’m not trying to be racist, I just don’t understand how he could be born in a country that he does not know, where he doesn’t have any roots.”

It’s very interesting that the President is actually from Kenya.

I didn’t know that, but that’s what he said,” she said.

You knew it was a fake. “

David was really lying to you and your followers.

You knew it was a fake.

You were able to find him.

Now you can see it on the video,” he wrote.

Mr Trump has not responded to the claims made by Mr Kellyann, but Mr Trump Jr did respond to the claim that Mr Trump was an Arab by saying: ”I am an American citizen.

I am proud to be an American.

I have no idea how he got there. “

The President was born and raised in Hawaii.

“My father was born on the mainland in Hawaii to American parents and raised here in the U.S. since I was 4 years old. “

I know this because I was in the same school as President Obama when I was a student.” “

My father was born on the mainland in Hawaii to American parents and raised here in the U.S. since I was 4 years old.

I know this because I was in the same school as President Obama when I was a student.”

Mr Trump did not address the claims about the authenticity of the video.

He also did not respond to questions from ABC News.

Mr Kellynn has also defended Mr Trump on social platforms, saying she has no political or religious beliefs.

She also claimed that her mother is a Muslim but did not say what that religion was.

“No one knows what my mom’s religion is, but she is a good person and a wonderful mother, and I love her dearly,” she wrote on Twitter.

“For years, I have tried to stay away from politics and I don´t think politics will be of any use to me anymore.

I just feel like this is a place that I should live and that should be the place I live.”