birther

birth·er

 (bûr′thər)
n.
A person who denies that Barack Obama was born in the United States and asserts that he therefore became president in violation of the requirements of the US Constitution.

birther

n
a person who believes that Barack Obama, US President from 2009, was not born in the USA and is therefore not eligible to be President
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I am not a birther, I am an enemy of the birthers," Matthews said.
Is it any wonder that eight in 10 Americans told the Pew Research Center last year that they were aware of at least some of the birther allegations about Obama?
Trump was one of the more outspoken members of the Obama birther movement, which refused to accept that the President was born in the US.
As someone who aspires to be president it is his place to defend the truth, but since Trump himself has been the source of so much birther nonsense about Obama, I guess that would be hard.
Supreme Court, health care reform, the Shirley Sherrod controversy, and the birther movement.
It may be the only way to put birther conspiracies to rest.
The birther amendment was withdrawn, but the microchip bill actually passed and is now law.
In some ways, the Wisconsin vote was yet another distraction -- like Donald Trump's birther obsession.
Some believe his victory has been tainted by his close relationship with media tycoon Donald Trump, who has been a vociferous supporter of the Birther Movement, which believes Mr Obama was not born in the United States and therefore should not have been eligible for presidency.
Newspaper birth announcements at the time reported the birth, and news organisations' investi-gations have rebutted the birther claims.
He also said that the controversy over Obama's birther issue was a result of racism.
Moran, who has served nine years in the Air Force, drew the attention of the birther movement when he shared his views on Obama's citizenship on websites of groups that believe Obama was not born in the US, Fox News reports.