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Trump not out of the game yet

Trump not out of the game yet
He may have said he was out, but apparently he may not be. Billionaire Donald Trump says he may flip flop and reconsider a race for the White House in 2012.

Trump expressed sever dissatisfaction with the existing Republican candidates and said he may have to reconsider his choice to remain outside of the race.

"I would not rule it out, no," Trump said in an interview on Fox News. "I can't rule out anything. It's vital that we choose the right person, and at this moment, I don't see that person."

Stranger things have happened,” he added.

The outspoken businessman is convinced the right candidate can indeed beat Obama in 2012, but fears the Republicans have yet to produce such an option.

"The ones that have announced, I just don't see it," Trump said. "At this point in time, they're not going to be beating Obama."

Trump recently announced he would not enter the race, following months of unofficial campaigning and high media speculation that he fancied himself the top candidate. He spent much of his time prior to his announcement pressing Obama to release his long-form bear certificate. Trump even sent investigators to Hawaii to investigate the President’s birth and past.