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Kerry goes 'birther,' thanks Kenya for Obama 'You gave us a president of the United States'

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta during a previous visit to Nairobi in 2015 (Photo: State Department)

During an appearance in Nairobi, Secretary of State John Kerry said he thanked the Kenyan president for giving America “a president of the United States” – a comment alluding to the contested issue of where President Obama was born.

On Monday, Kerry told Kenya’s foreign minister he had a conversation with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta concerning the Olympic Games in Rio and President Obama’s birthplace:

I had the pleasure of beginning that meeting [with Kenyatta], as I want to begin this press conference this afternoon, by congratulating Kenya on something no nation’s athletes have ever before accomplished, and that is to win both the men’s and the women’s marathon races at the Olympic Games. Absolutely extraordinary. When I mentioned that to President Kenyatta, he promptly said to me, “Well, we also had a hand in helping you win a silver because the person who won came from Kenya.” (Laughter.)

“And I said, “Actually, Mr. President, you did better than a silver and a gold. You gave us a president of the United States.” (Laughter.) So you can see we had a very friendly and positive beginning to the conversation.

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Kerry’s comment refers to a widespread push during Obama’s first term for the president to release his long-form birth certificate amid questions of his natural-born citizenship and constitutional eligibility to serve.

While the president claims he was born in Honolulu, there have been numerous questions, especially since a law-enforcement investigation by Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona, found “probable cause” that the birth certificate released by Obama was forged. Also, Obama mysteriously has a Connecticut-based Social Security Number, when neither he nor his parents ever lived there.

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A photograph taken by the Kapi’olani Medical Center for WND shows a letter allegedly written by President Obama on embossed White House stationery in which he declares the Honolulu hospital to be “the place of my birth.” The hospital, after publicizing the letter then refusing to confirm it even existed, is now vouching for its authenticity, but not its content. The White House has yet to verify any aspect of the letter.

As WND recently reported, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton re-opened the issue of where Obama was born during a July 5 campaign appearance with Obama in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was during that event that Clinton fired a Twitter shot against her Republican opponent, Donald Trump.

As part of her remarks about Obama, Mrs. Clinton tweeted out: “Someone who has never forgotten where he came from. And Donald, if you’re out there tweeting: It’s Hawaii.” –Hillary on @POTUS

Ironically, it was Hillary Clinton herself who started the birther movement in 2008, according to numerous news agencies.

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Just Monday, the Washington Times’ Kelly Riddell wrote, “The birther movement does indeed have Democratic roots, long before Mr. Trump ever brought it up and made it an issue.”

The Times cited a Bloomberg report, which stated, “The idea of going after Obama’s otherness dates back to the last presidential election — and to Democrats. Long before Trump started in, Hillary Clinton’s chief strategist, Mark Penn, recognized this potential vulnerability in Obama and sought to exploit it

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Kerry goes 'birther,' thanks Kenya for Obama 'You gave us a president of the United States'

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta during a previous visit to Nairobi in 2015 (Photo: State Department)

During an appearance in Nairobi, Secretary of State John Kerry said he thanked the Kenyan president for giving America “a president of the United States” – a comment alluding to the contested issue of where President Obama was born.

On Monday, Kerry told Kenya’s foreign minister he had a conversation with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta concerning the Olympic Games in Rio and President Obama’s birthplace:

I had the pleasure of beginning that meeting [with Kenyatta], as I want to begin this press conference this afternoon, by congratulating Kenya on something no nation’s athletes have ever before accomplished, and that is to win both the men’s and the women’s marathon races at the Olympic Games. Absolutely extraordinary. When I mentioned that to President Kenyatta, he promptly said to me, “Well, we also had a hand in helping you win a silver because the person who won came from Kenya.” (Laughter.)

“And I said, “Actually, Mr. President, you did better than a silver and a gold. You gave us a president of the United States.” (Laughter.) So you can see we had a very friendly and positive beginning to the conversation.

Like the reporting you see here? Sign up for free news alerts from WND.com, America’s independent news network.

Kerry’s comment refers to a widespread push during Obama’s first term for the president to release his long-form birth certificate amid questions of his natural-born citizenship and constitutional eligibility to serve.

While the president claims he was born in Honolulu, there have been numerous questions, especially since a law-enforcement investigation by Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona, found “probable cause” that the birth certificate released by Obama was forged. Also, Obama mysteriously has a Connecticut-based Social Security Number, when neither he nor his parents ever lived there.

image: http://www.wnd.com/files/2012/05/obama-letter-600x728.jpg

A photograph taken by the Kapi’olani Medical Center for WND shows a letter allegedly written by President Obama on embossed White House stationery in which he declares the Honolulu hospital to be “the place of my birth.” The hospital, after publicizing the letter then refusing to confirm it even existed, is now vouching for its authenticity, but not its content. The White House has yet to verify any aspect of the letter.

As WND recently reported, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton re-opened the issue of where Obama was born during a July 5 campaign appearance with Obama in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was during that event that Clinton fired a Twitter shot against her Republican opponent, Donald Trump.

As part of her remarks about Obama, Mrs. Clinton tweeted out: “Someone who has never forgotten where he came from. And Donald, if you’re out there tweeting: It’s Hawaii.” –Hillary on @POTUS

Ironically, it was Hillary Clinton herself who started the birther movement in 2008, according to numerous news agencies.

Order your copy of No. 1 New York Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi’s newest blockbuster, “Partners in Crime: The Clintons’ Scheme to Monetize the White House for Personal Profit,” now in stock at the WND Superstore!

Just Monday, the Washington Times’ Kelly Riddell wrote, “The birther movement does indeed have Democratic roots, long before Mr. Trump ever brought it up and made it an issue.”

The Times cited a Bloomberg report, which stated, “The idea of going after Obama’s otherness dates back to the last presidential election — and to Democrats. Long before Trump started in, Hillary Clinton’s chief strategist, Mark Penn, recognized this potential vulnerability in Obama and sought to exploit it

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The most eloquent Turdzilla post ever!

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“And I said, “Actually, Mr. President, you did better than a silver and a gold. You gave us a president of the United States.” (Laughter.) So you can see we had a very friendly and positive beginning to the conversation.

 

it was a joke you moron

 

damn you wingnuts are some goofy mother fuckers

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from the OP

 

“And I said, “Actually, Mr. President, you did better than a silver and a gold. You gave us a president of the United States.” (Laughter.) So you can see we had a very friendly and positive beginning to the conversation.

 

it was a joke you moron

 

damn you wingnuts are some goofy mother fuckers

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