Top 10 Donald Trump moments from the 2012 presidential election

By Sarah Burbank-Douglas,

Celebrity Apprentice and vocally proud Republican Donald Trump has kept his voice in the presidential race from the get-go. From rumors spiraling that he would throw is name in the hat to his slowly infamous becoming Twitter rant after Tuesday evenings result, Mr. Trump’s voice was heard ‘round America. Check out our list Top Donald Moments from the 2012 Campaign.

10: The Donald announced the possibility of running against President Barack Obama in February telling a crowd, “If I run and if I win,” he said, “this country will be respected again. I can tell you that.”

Trump pledged that he is “pro-life” and “against gun control” noting that he had just as much experience as the incumbent president at the time.
In May he pulled his name from the race claiming his love for business was too large to settle for running for President of the United States of America.

Trump left the crowd with the statement, “I make you this promise: that I will continue to voice my opinions loudly and help to shape our politician's thoughts.” He did not lie.

9:: Trump threw his support behind Republican Governor Mitt Romney calling the endorsement an “honor.”

8: The Donald took to The Today Show to question Obama’s citizenship to Merideth Vieira. “Three weeks ago before he started, I thought he was born in the country and now I have a much bigger doubt. His grandmother in Kenya says he was born in Kenya and witnessed the birth, okay?"

7: Trump announces that he has a “very, very big announcement” about Obama. He offered the President $5 million to the charity of his choice if he would reveal his passport and college record.

6: Trump’s close friend Barbara Walters calls Trump out saying, "You're not hurting Obama, you're hurting Donald, and that hurts me because you're a decent man. Stop it, get off it Donald."

5: Donald claims that voting machines are switching people’s votes from Romney to Obama on Twitter.

4: Donald accuses Obama of “hiding” things because he won’t release his records.

3: The business man proceeds to bash the election process via Twitter.

2: Ever vocal, Trump goes on the air to claim that Obama’s involvement with Benghazi is bigger than Watergate.

1: After the announcement was made that President Barack Obama would go on to be president for a second term. Trump took to Twitter where he posted a series of ranting tweets ranging from: “We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided!” “Lets fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice! The world is laughing at us.” “This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy!”

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