Birth Certificate Of Barack Obama


The White House issued the birth certificate of Barack Obama in its entirety, in an effort to end what Obama calls rest "carnival barkers" a distraction to the case of the serious problems facing America.

In the televised statement, Obama said he was "confused" about how the questions about his place of birth was in progress, was elected in 2008 and said: ". We have no time for such nonsense"

"We will not be able to solve our problems if we get distracted by sideshows and carnival barkers," Obama said.

Donald Trump, real estate developer and TV personality would carry weight for the Republican candidate for president, immediately took credit for Obama's message.

"Today I am very proud of myself because I did something that no one else can reach," Trump told reporters at the airport in New Hampshire, when to raise the issue repeatedly in recent interviews.

Trump claims to have investigators in Hawaii investigating Obama's birth, although it does not give details and a CNN investigation has found no evidence of anyone working on behalf of Donald Trump.

Hawaii Registrar confirmed copy new version of the document to the White House Monday. He claims that Barack Hussein Obama II was born Aug. 4, 1961 7:24 Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecology Hospital of the city of Honolulu.

The certificate is signed by the physician of delivery, the mother of Obama and the district secretary. His mother, then 18, signed his name (Stanley) Ann Dunham Obama.

The birth certificate records the father of the president as Barack Hussein Obama, 25, born in Kenya, and lists his occupation as student and parent's race as African.

Obama's mother is recorded as "white" in the race, and as born in Wichita, Kansas.

The White House also released a letter to the President of the applicant two certified copies of his original birth live. The band has also published a letter from Loretta fuddy, medical director of Hawaii approved the request.

In another statement, the White House said Obama has asked the Hawaii State Department of Health to make an exception to a statutory license for free, and has granted an exemption to the "because a huge number of requests were always".

The decision to issue the certificate so-called long form can be the end of a complex conspiracy theories are developed in a small group who believed that Obama was secretly born outside the United States - probably in Kenya, a country of origin father - and smuggled back to the ground.

In an effort to quell the rumors of Obama's campaign released a copy of your birth certificate shortly before the 2008 presidential election. But the rumors persisted, and a recent Gallup survey published by U.S. Today showed that nearly a quarter of Americans believe that Obama was probably or definitely born in another country, while 20% said they did not know. Only 38% of Americans surveyed said that Obama was actually born in the United States.