Crazy Talk: Trump's Birther Rant Continues

He says nothing has changed his mind about the president's place of birth. We have a feeling nothing ever will.

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Donald Trump called "Birtherism" -- yes, that old and well-settled question about whether President Obama was actually born in the United States -- the "most important thing" just hours before he was set to attend a fundraiser for the presumptive GOP nominee, Mitt Romney.

On Tuesday morning he argued by telephone on CNBC that questions about Obama's birthplace have not been adequately answered, despite Obama's release of a copy of his birth certificate more than a year ago. Nothing has changed my mind," he said.

We have a feeling that as long as this issue gives Trump a chance to be in the spotlight, nothing ever will.

Read more at the Huffington Post.

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