“Donald Trump is here tonight,” said Obama. “Now, I know that he’s taken some flak lately but no one is prouder to put this birth certificate matter to rest than The Donald. And that’s because he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter, like, ‘Did we fake the moon landing?’ ‘What really happened in Roswell?’ And ‘Where are Biggie and Tupac?’”
But Obama was downright polite compared with Meyers, who zeroed in on The Donald. Trump “said he’s running as a Republican,” said Meyers. “Which is surprising: I just assumed he was running as a joke.” It didn’t stop there. Trump “often appears on Fox,” said Meyers, which is funny “because a fox often appears on Donald Trump’s head.”
Meyers noted that Trump owns the Miss USA Pageant, “which is great for Republicans because it will streamline the search for a vice president.”
One of his final jabs at Trump: “[Trump has] said he’s got a great relationship with ‘the blacks.’ Unless the Blacks are a family of white people, I bet he’s mistaken.”
As he took the incoming fire from both Obama and Meyers, Trump, a guest of the Washington Post, remained stone-faced from his dinner table. The evening’s other hot topic was Trump’s pet cause: President Obama’s citizenship.
Obama began his speech by addressing the “birther” rumors being fueled by Trump. “As some of you heard, the state of Hawaii released my official, long-form birth certificate. Hopefully this puts all doubts to rest, but just in case there are any lingering questions tonight, I’m prepared to go a step further tonight. For the first time, I am releasing my official birth video.” (What followed was actually a clip from Disney’s “The Lion King.”)
But Obama eventually moved on to his other would-be 2012 rivals. “Michele Bachmann is here,” said Obama. “She is thinking about running for president, which is weird because I hear she was born in Canada. Yes, Michele, this is how it starts.”
courtesy of bossip.com