• President Barack Obama bids farewell during his hilarious final White House correspondents' dinner speech.

President Barack Obama bids farewell during his hilarious final White House correspondents' dinner speech. (Photo : YouTube/ Global News)

President Barack Obama administration has been in constant attack from critics and skeptics alike. Although his term as U.S. president will soon end, the controversy regarding his birth seemed to have no ending, especially with recent forgery claims of the soon-to-be former sheriff of Arizona's Maricopa County.

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The 44th president of the United States is once again being dragged into the spotlight by individuals who doubts the legitimacy of Obama's presidency. If the previous stand was founded on the belief that Obama is not a natural-born US citizen, this time around Maricopa county sheriff Joe Arpaio presented evidences suggesting that Obama's birth certificate has been forged.

"I hope we enlighten you of what the real story and evidence is all about regarding this fake, fake birth certificate," Independent quoted Arpaio as saying.

Based on their statement during a press conference in Phoenix, portions of a woman's birth certificate in Hawaii were copied and pasted onto the president's birth certificate which was published by the White House during the heat of the moment. The information was obtained by Mr Arpaio and his colleagues with the help of a 95-year-old who might have written coding on the copy of the Obama's birth certificate, according to Independent.

This latest news regarding the conspiracy theory of Obama's legitimacy as president based on citizenship flaws has once again ignited a series of questions and speculations. However, there is still no response from the White House or personally from President Barrack Obama regarding the latest update of the accusation of document forgery.

Prior to recent birther press conference, the most notable comment about the issue speaks word of relief coming from the president. However, with this another issue being thrown, a change of mood might be expected, especially that such issue weighed on Obama's mind.

"I don't know about you guys, but I am so relieved that the whole birther thing is over. I mean, ISIL, North Korea, poverty, climate change - none of those things weighed on my mind like the validity of my birth certificate,"  USA Today quoted President Obama as saying.