Donald Trump’s 'October surprise' about President Barack Obama has nothing to with allegations involving the president and cocaine, according to a Tuesday report.
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Donald Trump’s “October surprise” about President Barack Obama has nothing to with allegations involving the president and cocaine, according to a Tuesday report.
Trump is expected to make the announcement Wednesday around noon.
DailyCaller.com said an adviser to the real estate mogul stated the announcement is more important to Americans than allegations a man made claiming Obama sold cocaine in college.
Trump said he plans to make the announcement via his Twitter account .
"This is not a media event or about Donald J. Trump--- this is about the United States of America." Trump said on his Facebook page.
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