Attempting to end any speculation concerning racism on his part, Donald Trump phoned in to "Fox & Friends" earlier today (May 9) to both discuss and debate the issue.
While insisting that he's the "least racist person there is," the "Celebrity Apprentice" host tried to put to rest any questions surrounding his recent probe into President Barack Obama's U.S. citizenship.
He's been firing jabs ever since showing interest in a possible presidential run, but Donald Trump found himself on the receiving end at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington, D.C. on Saturday night (April 30).
The United States Commander-In-Chief Barack Obama offered up numerous laugh-inducing moments throughout the evening, at one point saying that - with the birth certificate debate behind him - Trump can "finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter.…like where are Biggie and Tupac."
Always one of the more well-attended events of the year, the stars were in the nation's capital for the TIME/CNN/People/Fortune White House Correspondents' dinner cocktail party on Saturday night (April 30).