Trump announces 2016 bid for WH . . . with one ATOMIC blunder

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Donald Trump made it official Tuesday morning: He’s joining the crowded field running for the Republican nomination for president.

“Our country needs a truly great leader, and we need a truly great leader now,” Trump said in  lengthy campaign speech at the Trump Tower in New York City.

That leader, he said, is definitely not someone like Barack Obama — or his fellow Republicans already running.

Fox News’ Ed Henry visibly angry by Hillary’s
freeze-out, while she answered Dem-friendly media

Trump of course is already a household name in the United States, as synonyous with wealth and the reality television show “The Apprentice” as he is for flirtations with the idea of running for president.

He has publicly toyed with the idea of running since 1987 and most recently in 2011. And he’s got his priorities clear for the 2016 race. Besides making the country stronger internationally and getting rid of Obamacare, he said, he’s going to build the American economy.

And he said it with typical modesty.

“I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created,” he said.

There was one tiny little blunder in Trump’s big speech that has everyone scratching their heads:

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