During a speech on Saturday, Donald Trump conveyed that Mitt Romney might have a chance in November if the media would quit lying.
While speaking at the North Carolina Republican Convention, Trump said that reporters are “really dishonest.” He added that “the biggest thing Mitt Romney has to fear is the press. They don’t tell the truth.”
Staying true to form, Trump also questioned the birthplace of President Barack Obama. The State of Hawaii recently responded to Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett’s request to provide proof that Obama was born in Hawaii. Bennett claimed he received a satisfactory response, but an original Obama birth certificate has still not be released.
Trump still has questions. He believes Obama’s college records would herald the truth.
“There’s one line called ‘place of birth.’ I’d like to see what he said. It would be very interesting. I don’t care what his marks were. I don’t care if he had good marks, I’d just like to see ‘place of birth,’” said the real-estate mogul. “Perhaps it’s going to say Hawaii. Perhaps it’s going to say Kenya.”
“I’m sure I’ll get in trouble for some the things I said, but I don’t care,” he added.