Real-estate tycoon and armchair political analyst Donald Trump has promised to disrupt the presidential election with a ‘very big’ revelation about President Barack Obama on Wednesday. “Stay tuned for my big Obama announcement,” Trump wrote on Twitter, following it up with a later tweet in which he told followers to “just wait and see!"
“It’s very big. Bigger than anybody would know,” he later told Fox & Friends, hinting it could ‘possibly’ change the election. According to the New York Daily News, Michael Cohen, an executive at the Trump Organization who serves as special counsel to ‘The Apprentice’ host, declined to throw light on the announcement, reiterating only that it would be ‘very big’.
The move is Trump’s latest in a two-year effort to inject himself into the race for the White House, in which he twice flirted with running for office himself and brought the ‘birther’ conspiracy to fever pitch by publicly questioning the existence of Obama's birth certificate, the report said.
That confrontation ended with Trump as being the butt of many jokes after the President posted his long-form birth certificate on the White House website in April, and then mocked the mogul at the White House Correspondents dinner, suggesting Trump could now focus important issues like ‘did we fake the moon landing’.