Donald Trump Tweets $5M Obama Offer Extension until November 1 (Video)

By on Oct 31, 2012 in International, Politics, United States, World Comments
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Donald Trump reportedly extended his $5 million offer to US President Barack Obama until 12 p.m. on Thursday, November 1, 2012.

The New York business magnate and “The Apprentice” star earlier offered to give the amount to any chosen charity of Obama, in exchange for showing the US President’s school and passport records.

Trump posted the offer extension on Twitter on Tuesday, October 30. His earlier announcement about the $5 million offer to Obama has been mocked on Twitter, but surely grabbed the attention of many.

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Donald Trump tweet extending offer to US President Barack Obama.
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During an interview with CNBC, Trump explained that “I have to extend it. Everybody’s talking about it. It’s got unbelievable momentum.”

The magnate revealed that he is willing to pay more than $5 million if the US President will show his records.

Trump‘s original deadline on Obama was previously set at 5 p.m. (2100 GMT) on October 31.

Below is Donald Trump‘s CNBC interview.

CNBC interview on Donald Trump
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