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Donald Trump, NBC: His grandmother in Kenya says he was born in Kenya and witnessed the birth, okay? Court of Appeals, Berg sought an "emergency" court order to halt the presidential election, and attached as "Exhibit A" an affidavit from Ron Mc Rae, a pastor from Johnstown, Pa., who describes himself as the presiding bishop of the "Anabaptists Churches of North America." (The appeal also was denied). What he was told is that any records of a birth from that long ago were probably destroyed many years ago, and even if they still existed the hospital could not release them to outsiders because of HIPAA.
Trump, MSNBC: His grandmother in Kenya, said "Oh no, he was born in Kenya and I was there and I witnessed the birth." That claim is years old, and untrue. 30, 2008 in a court filing by Philip Berg, whose lawsuit alleging that Obama was born in Kenya had just been thrown out of federal court in Philadelphia. In the affidavit, Mc Rae makes a number of statements, including a claim that Obama had campaigned "actively" for Raila Odinga to be president of Kenya in 2007. The hospital's policy is to retain records of any child until age 21.
Trump, NBC: He doesn't have a birth certificate or he hasn't shown it. Trump is also mistaken about what legally qualifies as a "birth certificate," which is actually a broad generic term with no specific legal meaning. But Hawaii, like many other states, now uses computer-printed documents instead, and Hawaii's form also meets State Department standards for establishing citizenship. “It took me one hour to get my birth certificate," he told the conservative-leaning news site Newsmax.
And in it Sarah Obama tells (again, through translators) of her grandson's first visit to Kenya — when he was 25 years old. The number is 151 1961 – 010641, for whatever that's worth. Department of State uses the term "certified birth certificate" to refer to exactly what Obama produced, which Hawaii calls a "Certification of Live Birth." The State Department accepts a state-certified photocopy of a hospital-generated document, as was commonly used in the past. Department of State: A certified birth certificate has a registrar's raised, embossed, impressed or multicolored seal, registrar's signature, and the date the certificate was filed with the registrar's office, which must be within 1 year of your birth We were amused to see Trump make a show recently of producing what he said was his own "birth certificate," which wasn't an official document and wouldn't qualify him for a passport.
Translator: Yeah, in 1960 this was Hawaii, where his father, his father was also marrying there. But because it was not "issued by the city, county or state" as required by the State Department, it does not constitute legal proof of citizenship sufficient to obtain a passport.
Our job is simply to assess evidence and call out falsehoods and factual mistakes when we find them. Back in 2008 we said this about the many loopy theories and lawsuits claiming that Obama was born in Kenya, or somewhere other than the U. We've seen no evidence that would change our conclusion in the nearly two and a half years since then. Many who embrace Trump's theories were left red-faced by a transparent April Fool's Day hoax in 2009. In fact, Obama was in Kenya in August, 2006, nearly a year and a half before the Kenyan presidential election held in December, 2007. And what about details such as the doctor who delivered Trump and the room number where he and his mother stayed? That alone is reason to question Mc Rae's credibility. Even if that information still existed, Hinck said, "We wouldn't be able to give any details. His grandparents probably put in a thing because everybody wanted to become a United States citizen, more so than today to be honest with you, because they were more proud in those days. 4." That's because, it said, the information came directly from the health department, citing department spokeswoman Janice Okubo. "Like Bruce Springsteen, he [Obama] has a lot of bad political ideas; but he was born in the U. As we wrote when we published detailed photographs of that document in our "Born in the U. A." article, that document constitutes legal proof of citizenship sufficient to meet all U. Department of State requirements for issuance of a passport. Translator: No he was born in America, not in Mombasa. But Obama referred to Kapi'olani as "the place of my birth" in a letter he sent as part of the hospital's 100th anniversary in 2009. There also were public announcements of Obama's birth published in Hawaii newspapers shortly after his birth in 1961 (placed there not by his family, as Trump suggests, but based on official state records.) And the state's top vital records official, Dr. And the hospital not only published the letter in its magazine (see page 6), but then-Congressman Neil Abercrombie, a Democrat who is now governor of the state, proudly read the letter aloud at the hospital's anniversary gala.