You probably think you know everything there is to know about the Republican nominee's stances on immigration, foreign policy, and women, but how much do you know about his favorite conspiracy theories?
Global warming: Trump thinks it’s a hoax created by China to hurt U.S. manufacturing.
Shortly after Justice Antonin Scalia’s death was announced, Trump speculated that he might have been murdered.
Trump was one of the loudest voices in the “birther movement,” which promoted the idea that President Obama wasn’t born in the United States.
In spite of wide scientific consensus, Trump pushes the dangerous theory that vaccines cause autism.
Trump claims he saw “thousands” of Muslims in New Jersey celebrate the September 11 attacks.
Trump accused rival Ted Cruz’s father of being an accomplice in the JFK assassination.
Trump continues to push a false story about an American general executing Muslim prisoners with bullets dipped in pigs' blood.
Trump thinks that a man who tried to rush the stage at one of his rallies has ties to ISIS.
Surprise! Donald Trump has defended all of these conspiracy theories. No word on whether he thinks the moon landing was a hoax, but it’s clear that the Republican nominee doesn’t have the judgement required to be president.
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