'Man up': The internet brutally mocks 'orange sh*tgibbon' Trump's birther non-apology
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Republican party candidate Donald Trump has long been a "birther" and questioned the birthplace of President Barack Obama. Trump's campaign has struggled to explain, clarify or cover up the candidate's own positions about President Obama's history.


In an interview with Bob Costa at the Washington Post, Trump reiterated it isn't something he talks about anymore. Costa asked Trump once again where he thought Obama was born and Trump refused to answer.

“I’ll answer that question at the right time,” Trump said. “I just don’t want to answer it yet.”

The campaign immediately released a statement trying to clarify Trump's statement, say that he believes Obama was born in Hawaii and blamed his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton for birtherism. Politifact notes she did not start the movement.

After all of it, Twitter wasn't having any of it and responded with mockery and brutal attacks. Check out a selection below: