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Donald Trump's Birther Hits: Spotify Your Way Through His Obama Birth Certificate Doubts (PLAYLIST)

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We thought the issue had been put to bed.

Back in April 2011, President Barack Obama released his long-form birth certificate. For more than a year, Donald Trump has thought otherwise, reviving his birther doubts this week.

On Wednesday, Trump tweeted that he wanted to cross-check Obama's birth certificate with his college records. From his epic rant in a phone interview on CNBC, to his battle on live television with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, the real estate mogul's birther fire burns strong.

With that in mind, HuffPost Politics has compiled the most memorable Trump birther moments, summed up in verse on Spotify. Here's how it works. Spotify users: Open your app, scroll through our slideshow, click on the song tracks and let the music do the rest. Non-Spotify users: Get set up here for free.

Do you have a Trump moment and/or song in mind to add to this list? Email us at, let us know in the comments section, or send us a tweet @HuffPostPol.

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