21 conspiracy theories Donald Trump has floated over the years – Business Insider

He is the King Of Israel, anointed by God himself.
Obama does not have a US birth certificate

Trump has, in part, justified his plan to temporarily bar Muslim immigrants from entering the US by claiming that refugees coming from Syria “ could be a Trojan horse.”

Trump emphatically claimed he saw televised news reports of Muslims cheering in New Jersey after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Trump has taken his skepticism a step further. In 2012 he suggested that climate change is a “ total, and very expensive hoax” perpetuated by China’s government.

In a 1992 interview with New York magazine, Trump suggested the mob’s “strong lobby” in New York may be responsible for asbestos.

2005 “Access Hollywood” tape featuring Trump apparently admitting that he likes to grab women “by the p—-” received broad coverage, and Trump apologized for his comments shortly afterward. “We don’t think that was my voice,” Trump reportedly told a senator, according to The New York Tiimes.

In March 2017, Trump sent a tweet accusing Obama of wiretapping his phones in Trump Tower.

In a September 2018 tweet, Trump claimed 3,000 people didn’t die in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and accused Democrats of inflating the death toll to make him “look as bad as possible,” rejecting the findings of a government-funded study in the process.

If you have a windmill anywhere near your house, congratulations, your house just went down 75 percent in value,” Trump said at a Republican congressional fundraising dinner. “And they say the noise causes cancer.”

via 21 conspiracy theories Donald Trump has floated over the years – Business Insider

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