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An angry Obama puts himself on the ballot Trump slams ‘wacky’ Maureen Dowd, CNN panel ‘losers’ Trump distorts Clinton’s immigration position in pitch to grieving families Clinton tweaks Trump over Manhattan blast response Vice News reporter arrested outside Trump rally Trump: Robert Gates ‘probably has a problem we don’t know about’ Worst. President. Ever. Clinton rips Trump for birther ‘prejudice and paranoia’ Mike Pence releases health details U.S. wire payments to Iran undercut Obama POLITICO MAGAZINE 160916_strauss_buchanan_loc.jpg Worst. President. Ever. By ROBERT STRAUSS GettyImages-586144702.jpg What’s Really Ailing Hillary By TODD S. PURDUM Satellite devices, used by Islamic state militants to block signals from outside, were destroyed after Mosul was taken back by Iraqi forces. How Mosul’s Liberation Could Lead to Another Iraqi Civil War By DANIEL L. DAVIS birth.jpg Birtherism Isn’t Going Away By ISSAC J. BAILEY 160828-Kellyanne-Conway-AP_16238546882686.jpg The comment by Kellyanne Conway came two days after Trump, at a press conference, conceded that Obama was born in Hawaii. | AP Photo Conway: Birther theory started with Clinton campaign By DANIEL STRAUSS 09/18/16 11:16 AM EDT Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The theory that President Barack Obama was actually not born in the Untied States started in Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president in 2008, Donald Trump’s campaign manager argued in an interview that aired Sunday, two days after Trump himself conceded that Obama was born in the United States.
“This started with Hillary Clinton’s campaign, No. 1 ,” Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said during an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” “No. 2, it was Donald Trump who put the issue to rest when he got President Obama to release his birth certificate years later. And, No. 3, he said that “President Obama was born in this country, period.”