What I’ve Learned from a Happy Birthday, Donald Trump

“I’m happy birthday, Donald!”

The Republican nominee says in a video released on Wednesday, referring to his first presidential campaign in 2016.

“It’s a happy birthday to me, Donald.”

He then looks to the camera and says, “I hope everyone has a great day.”

“I don’t know how many days I’m going to be here but I will be in Washington, D.C.,” he adds.

“And you will see me.”

Trump was born in 1946 in Queens, New York.

He has a long history of controversies, including accusations of racism and anti-Semitism, and is a frequent target of attacks from Democrats.

Trump has long denied the accusations.

In his most recent remarks on Tuesday, he called the allegations “a phony, a bunch of lies.”

He has also repeatedly referred to former president Barack Obama as a “terrorist” and “thug” who is a “bad person.”

“He’s the enemy, he’s the bad guy,” Trump said on Monday at a rally in South Carolina.

“He loves violence and he loves killing people.

And he’s a bad person.

So he’s an enemy to me.”

In the video, Trump also addresses a rally he held at the Naval Observatory on Tuesday.

“They don’t even have a star to indicate they’re a star.

They’re just stars,” he said.

“There’s no honor in being president.”