'Conspiracy theory' Trump STILL thinks fraud cost him the popular vote and that Obama might have been born abroad

  • President Trump has continued to question the authenticity of President Obama's Hawaii birth certificate, according to the New York Times
  • He has blamed voter fraud for his loss of the popular vote to Hillary Clinton
  • Clinton beat him by 3 million votes while losing the Electoral College
  • Trump has privately disputed whether it was his voice on the infamous 'p****' tape?
  • Trump apologized for the comments after the tape came out?
  • He floated another conspiracy theory Wednesday about rival Joe Scarborough?

?President Donald Trump continues raise private doubts about losing the popular vote to?Hillary Clinton?by 3 million votes and blames voter fraud, according to a report on the president's embrace of conspiracy theories.

Despite finally acknowledging just weeks before his election win that predecessor Barack Obama was born in the U.S., the president also has been rekindling doubts about it in private conversations, the New York Times?reported.?

Advisors told the paper the president continued to raise his doubts in private, and an unnamed senator recalled the private conversation to the paper.

The senator 'chuckled' upon hearing it, according to the report.

HAVE YOU HEARD? President Trump continues to float conspiracies that fraud kept him from winning the popular vote, that President Barack Obama was not born in the U.S., and that it might not really be him on the Access Hollywood tape, according to a report

HAVE YOU HEARD? President Trump continues to float conspiracies that fraud kept him from winning the popular vote, that President Barack Obama was not born in the U.S., and that it might not really be him on the Access Hollywood tape, according to a report

Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961, and ultimately produced a 'certificate of live birth' he obtained from the state after Trump was among the most prominent figures raising doubts about it.

'President Barack Obama was born in the United States,' Trump finally said in September 2016 during an event at his D.C. luxury hotel.

The president has appointed a voter fraud commission to explore potential fraud from the 2016 election, although vote totals show the popular vote differential was not close.

Hillary Clinton beat Trump by some 3 million votes, although he beat her in the Electoral College after snatching away victories in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

Trump long raised doubts about whether President Obama was born here, and has continued to raise the dubious theory in private, according to the New York Times

Trump long raised doubts about whether President Obama was born here, and has continued to raise the dubious theory in private, according to the New York Times

SET UP? Trump also has raised questions about whether it was really his voice talking about grabbing women 'by the p****' on the infamous Access Hollywood tape

SET UP? Trump also has raised questions about whether it was really his voice talking about grabbing women 'by the p****' on the infamous Access Hollywood tape

Trump also has raised the possibility that fraud was responsible for his loss to Hillary Clinton in the popular vote

Trump also has raised the possibility that fraud was responsible for his loss to Hillary Clinton in the popular vote

A view of President Barack Obama's long form birth certificate in the Briefing Room of the White House April 27, 2011 in Washington, DC

A view of President Barack Obama's long form birth certificate in the Briefing Room of the White House April 27, 2011 in Washington, DC

Trump continues to talk about voter fraud and the effect on the popular vote total

Trump continues to talk about voter fraud and the effect on the popular vote total

The paper also says Trump has taken to raising doubts about the infamous 'p****' tape where he got caught on camera while filming an 'Access Hollywood' segment boasting about grabbing women at will.

'We don't think that was my voice,' Trump told the the senator, a person familiar with the conversation told the paper.

Trump acknowledged speaking the words in an apology just weeks before the election. ''Anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who I am,' Trump said in October 2016 after the tape rocked his campaign.?

'I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize,' Trump added.

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