Jon Stewart takes a swipe at the birthers who are potentially running in the Republican presidential primary. And he shows us what he thinks those "researchers" the king birther Donald Trump claims he paid to go to Hawaii are doing with his
April 14, 2011

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Jon Stewart takes a swipe at the birthers who are potentially running in the Republican presidential primary. And he shows us what he thinks those "researchers" the king birther Donald Trump claims he paid to go to Hawaii are doing with his money.

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