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Citizens United Was The First To Call For Obama To Release His College Records

Now that the birth certificate debacle is out of the way 2.5 years into his presidency, Mr. Obama should release his college records – including the 1983 thesis he wrote at Columbia entitled “Soviet Nuclear Disarmament.” I started asking for this document in 2008, but few in the mainstream media thought it was relevant. Maybe Donald Trump, a cast member in our latest documentary “A City Upon A Hill,” can help them do their jobs again. Please view the interview I did below with Sean Hannity on this very topic in 2008:


  
    
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