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Trump loves conspiracy theories, and uses them as a political motive

Donald Trump loves conspiracy theories. A lot. Enough that he is using them towards his political agenda. The only thing is, they are not proven true. Most of us remember Mr. Trump's outrageous accusation that President Barack Obama was born in Kenya and that his birth certificate and US citizenship is fabricated. This was the foundation of Mr. Trump's political base. But, even after Mr. Obama released his long form birth certificate from the State of Hawaii, it still was not enough for Mr. Trump.

Over the years, Trump has called everything from climate change to Russian meddling in the 2016 election a hoax. According to a recent report in the New York Times, he’s told associates that the Access Hollywood video of him bragging about touching women without their consent is also a hoax — even though he admitted making the remarks when it came out. But, the fact he believes most of these theories has curbed his thinking into using them in his political agenda. For example, his theory that millions voted illegally, which was false, was the foundation of his Electoral Integrity Commission. Talk about a waste of taxpayer money...
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