Trump’s Obama Announcement Is Not Being Taken Too Seriously By Anyone

Donald Trump’s Obama announcement is expected tomorrow at around noon, but, even in this divisive American election season, no one has been bothered to get too worked up over Trump’s latest gold-plated, hair-plugged nonsense.

Trump’s Obama announcement seems a bit sour grapes-y considering the fact the reality show star desperately wanted to run for the Oval Office himself but could not manage to get taken seriously as a candidate because … well, because he’s Donald Trump. He’s famous for going bankrupt, resembling a pumpkin with a toupee, and shouting “you’re fired” at people on trashy reality television.

So when Trump’s Obama announcement was teased on (where else) Fox And Friends yesterday morning, it was kind of surprising that no one outside Fox gave the “bombshell” much of a second glance.

It’s no news that Trump has been nosing around Hawaii with private investigators trying to dig up something, anything, on the President or the circumstances of his birth, but chances are, if Obama had even thrown a spitball in second grade, we’d have heard about it by now.

When Trump’s Obama announcement was revealed on the show Monday morning, Trump did a great impression of Stephen Colbert doing an impression of him when he said:

“It’s going to be announced probably on Wednesday. But I have something very, very big concerning the President of the United States … It’s all in one, everything. It’s very big. Bigger than anybody would know.”

Bigger than a hideous, gold-plated tower by Central Park? Michael Cohen, EVP and Special Counsel to Donald Trump, commented on Trump’s Obama announcement:

“Unfortunately, I am not at liberty to disclose the nature of Mr. Trump’s Wednesday announcement. Without question it will be big.”

Are you skeptical Trump’s Obama announcement will amount to anything, or will this be October Surprise big?