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‘Dawood’ Trump? Channel says US President-elect is Pak-born

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Filed on November 15, 2016 | Last updated on November 15, 2016 at 12.25 pm
‘Dawood’ Trump? Channel says US President-elect is Pak-born

TV Channel also claims Trump received his childhood education in Pakistan.

No one can have enough of Donald Trump. It's been a week since he was elected to be the next president of the United States, but news about him is still doing the rounds on social media, and trolls are not leaving him alone.

According to a Pakistani TV channel's news report, president-elect Trump was actually born in Pakistan and moved to US following the death of his parents.

Neo News alleges that Trump was born in Waziristan in 1946 as Dawood Ibrahim Khan. Dawood's parents were killed in a car accident and he was taken to the UK by a British army sergeant shortly afterwards.

The boy was then taken to the US in 1955, the report suggests.

The channel also provides a childhood picture of 'Trump in Pakistan' and claimed he received his childhood education in the country.

Of course, at the very end of the report, the news bulletin states that these claims are not being made by channel, but by trolls on social media. 

Last year Trump refused to release his passport details and birth certificate, despite demanding that Obama do the same.





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