Sarah Palin may have her own 2012 agenda, but the potential presidential candidate for the GOP is agreeing with Donald Trump on at least one thing: the birther campaign. Trump has been pretty adamant about finding out where Barack Obama was born, believing that he could have been born in Kenya, not Hawaii. If this is the case, Obama could be impeached on grounds that he isn't a U.S. Citizen.
While there are plenty of loopholes here, for instance, Obama's mother was a U.S. citizen, automatically making him one, Trump marches forward with his questions. Alaska's very own Sarah Palin is in full support of these claims.
"I appreciate that 'The Donald' wants to spend his resources in getting to the bottom of something that so interests him and many Americans Â– you know, more power to him. He's not just throwing stones from the sidelines, he's digging in there, he's paying for researchers to find out why President Obama would have spent $2 million to not show his birth certificate," Palin said during her interview with FOX News on Saturday.
Some people agree with Trump's birther campaign, and others think he's being racist. It's something very interesting to be looked into because Obama has been secretive when it comes to this issue. No one can blame Trump for wanting to get to the bottom of this controversy. However, is spending too much effort on this going to dampen Trump's chances at running for president (if and when he so decides)? Is Sarah Palin speaking out on the matter getting her more publicity going into her potential candidacy announcement? Is Obama hiding something? Sound off.