President Barack Obama: Donald Trump Feud ‘Dates Back When We Were Growing Up Together in Kenya’ (VIDEO)

/ October 25, 2012

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President Barack Obama took a swipe at Donald Trump during a visit to The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Wednesday after Trump demanded for Obama to release his college records and passport.

“This all dates back to when we were growing up together in Kenya,” Obama quipped during the interview.

“We had constant run-ins on the soccer field,” he continued, “And he wasn’t very good at it. When we finally moved to America, I thought it would be over.”

Earlier Wednesday, Trump posted a much-hyped video in which he said he would pledge $5 million to Obama’s charity of choice if the President released his all-important documents.

“He will be doing a great service for the country if he does this,” Trump said. “If he released these records, it will end the questions — and indeed, the anger — of many Americans. They’ll know something about their president. Their president will be become transparent, like other presidents.”

Trump has long been an opponent of Obama. In 2011, he publicly doubted that Obama was actually born in the United States.

Shortly after, Obama released his birth certificate to prove that, yes, he was.

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