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Trump Card? The Donald Now Says He's Not Ruling Out 2012 Run

"I would not rule it out, no."

It was just last week that Donald Trump ruled out a run for president in 2012. At the time he said he's a businessman and he's not ready to leave the private sector. But was that really the truth?

Apparently not.

On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Trump appeared for his weekly call-in and began handicapping the potential candidates. As you'll see at about 1:45 below, he quickly starts lamenting the GOP field. Shortly after, he drops this bombshell after Brian Kilmeade asks if Trump is not ruling out a "late entry" into the race:

"I would not rule it out, no. I would not rule it out. I said I wouldn't do it, I said I probably, you know-- in so many different respects I see what's going on. I can't rule out anything. The country is so important, it's so vital that we choose the right person. And at this moment I don't see that person."

See for yourself below:

The comments raise many questions, mainly: Is Trump really serious, or is this a media stunt to keep his name in the headlines?

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