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Donald Trump gives Bill Maher his birth certificate, Bill Maher calls Donald Trump an idiot
Trump has proven to Maher that he is not related to an orangutan, which Trump says means the Real Time host has to cough up $5-million. Maher begs to differ: natpo.st/XGPf2J

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Donald Trump gives Bill Maher his birth certificate, Bill Maher calls Donald Trump an idiot

Trump has proven to Maher that he is not related to an orangutan, which Trump says means the Real Time host has to cough up $5-million. Maher begs to differ: natpo.st/XGPf2J

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From Twinkies to Trump, Sarah Lazarovic gets a head start on charting November’s progress — so much has happened already!

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From Twinkies to Trump, Sarah Lazarovic gets a head start on charting November’s progress — so much has happened already!

Donald Trump offers $5M to charity if Barack Obama releases passport and academic records Donald Trump on Wednesday unleashed the “October Surprise” “bombshell” he had been touting for weeks, by offering to give $5-million to charity if U.S. President Barack Obama to released his academic records and passport applications.“I have a deal for the President. A deal I don’t believe he can refuse,” Trump said in his YouTube video.Trump made headlines in 2011 by making Obama’s birth certificate an issue before the Republican primaries. Obama eventually released his long-form birth certificate. (YouTube)

Donald Trump offers $5M to charity if Barack Obama releases passport and academic records
Donald Trump on Wednesday unleashed the “October Surprise” “bombshell” he had been touting for weeks, by offering to give $5-million to charity if U.S. President Barack Obama to released his academic records and passport applications.

“I have a deal for the President. A deal I don’t believe he can refuse,” Trump said in his YouTube video.

Trump made headlines in 2011 by making Obama’s birth certificate an issue before the Republican primaries. Obama eventually released his long-form birth certificate. (YouTube)

Jenna Talackova’s Miss Universe Canada bid could be back on after Donald Trump steps in
Donald Trump has stepped in to overturn a decision by the Miss Universe Organization — which he owns — that would prevent a transgender Canadian beauty pageant contestant from competing because she was not “naturally born” a woman.

Jenna Talackova, a tall blond who underwent gender-reassignment surgery at age 19 and holds legal documents — including a passport, birth certificate and driver’s licence — affirming her identity as a woman, wants pageant organizers to go further and drop eligibility rules she calls discriminatory. (Photos: Reuters; AFP/Getty Images)

Donald Trump Republican debate still a go, despite only featuring two candidatesThe Conservative publisher Newsmax said it is going ahead with a planned Dec. 27 Republican presidential “debate” moderated by Donald Trump and featuring candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, despite controversy generated by one of its star attractions.Christopher Ruddy, the founder and CEO of Newsmax, which operates both a conservative magazine and website, said that because all Republican presidential hopefuls other than Gingrich and Santorum have said they won’t participate in the event, the format is expected to be a “conversation” between Trump and the two candidates rather than a full-blown debate.“It will be a debate, conversational style,” Ruddy said in an e-mail to Reuters on Monday. In a statement posted on its website, Newsmax reported that Gingrich would “join Trump and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum for a conversation about how they plan to defeat President Barack Obama and make American great again.” Ruddy’s description of how the format of the event has evolved from a full-scale debate into a smaller-scale conversation is the latest twist in what appears to have been a struggle by Newsmax to cope with the whims and egos of both the mogul invited to host the event and the politicians it invited to participate in it.Related:Gingrich worse against Obama than Romney, would lose 51-38: poll

Donald Trump Republican debate still a go, despite only featuring two candidates
The Conservative publisher Newsmax said it is going ahead with a planned Dec. 27 Republican presidential “debate” moderated by Donald Trump and featuring candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, despite controversy generated by one of its star attractions.

Christopher Ruddy, the founder and CEO of Newsmax, which operates both a conservative magazine and website, said that because all Republican presidential hopefuls other than Gingrich and Santorum have said they won’t participate in the event, the format is expected to be a “conversation” between Trump and the two candidates rather than a full-blown debate.

“It will be a debate, conversational style,” Ruddy said in an e-mail to Reuters on Monday. In a statement posted on its website, Newsmax reported that Gingrich would “join Trump and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum for a conversation about how they plan to defeat President Barack Obama and make American great again.” Ruddy’s description of how the format of the event has evolved from a full-scale debate into a smaller-scale conversation is the latest twist in what appears to have been a struggle by Newsmax to cope with the whims and egos of both the mogul invited to host the event and the politicians it invited to participate in it.

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Gingrich worse against Obama than Romney, would lose 51-38: poll

 
In case you missed it yesterday, the Donald has decided he isn’t presidential material. Here’s Gary Clement’s take.

 

In case you missed it yesterday, the Donald has decided he isn’t presidential material. Here’s Gary Clement’s take.

Donald Trump says he’s not running for presidentDonald Trump announced Monday he won’t run for the U.S. presidency in 2012, after all. The New York real estate tycoon made the announcement Monday after months of teasing the American public and toying with the nation’s political media by musing he was serious about challenging for the Republican presidential nomination."I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election. I have spent the past several months unofficially campaigning and recognize that running for public office cannot be done half-heartedly. Ultimately, however, business is my greatest passion and I am not ready to leave the private sector.” (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)

Donald Trump says he’s not running for president
Donald Trump announced Monday he won’t run for the U.S. presidency in 2012, after all. The New York real estate tycoon made the announcement Monday after months of teasing the American public and toying with the nation’s political media by musing he was serious about challenging for the Republican presidential nomination.

"I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election. I have spent the past several months unofficially campaigning and recognize that running for public office cannot be done half-heartedly. Ultimately, however, business is my greatest passion and I am not ready to leave the private sector.” (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)

Forgive Bin Laden? No way in hellCharles Lewis: One of the great questions that Christians are often asked is this: Could you forgive Hitler? It could be replaced with: Could you forgive Pol Pot? Could you forgive Stalin? Now we can add Bin Laden.

Forgive Bin Laden? No way in hell
Charles Lewis: One of the great questions that Christians are often asked is this: Could you forgive Hitler? It could be replaced with: Could you forgive Pol Pot? Could you forgive Stalin? Now we can add Bin Laden.

White House releases Obama ‘certificate of live birth’U.S. President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to quash conspiracy theories alleging he was not born in the United States as the White House released his long-form birth certificate.In an extraordinary political twist, President Obama made a statement in the White House press briefing room about the controversy, after aides said he felt it was distracting from important political debates.The President said Wednesday he was bemused over conspiracy theories over his birthplace, and said the media’s obsession with the “sideshow” issue was a distraction in a “serious time.”“We don’t have time for this kind of silliness,” Obama said, adding that he was puzzled that the controversy fanned by conservative pundits and some of his political foes had rumbled on for two-and-a-half years.“The president feels this (controversy) is bad for the country, that it is not healthy for the political debate,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said earlier on Wednesday. (Photo: The White House/AFP/Getty Images)

White House releases Obama ‘certificate of live birth’
U.S. President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to quash conspiracy theories alleging he was not born in the United States as the White House released his long-form birth certificate.

In an extraordinary political twist, President Obama made a statement in the White House press briefing room about the controversy, after aides said he felt it was distracting from important political debates.

The President said Wednesday he was bemused over conspiracy theories over his birthplace, and said the media’s obsession with the “sideshow” issue was a distraction in a “serious time.”

“We don’t have time for this kind of silliness,” Obama said, adding that he was puzzled that the controversy fanned by conservative pundits and some of his political foes had rumbled on for two-and-a-half years.

“The president feels this (controversy) is bad for the country, that it is not healthy for the political debate,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said earlier on Wednesday. (Photo: The White House/AFP/Getty Images)