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Trump’s parents don’t believe in evolution

Donald Trump’s father and his mother, Donald Jr., have long said that the world is flat.

They also don’t accept evolution, which is not supported by science.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Trump’s brother and his wife, Lara Trump, defended their views on the topic.

They said they don’t think evolution is science and that it is not possible to prove a negative.

Trump’s mother, Nancy, has said that she does not believe in creationism, but did not provide an explanation for why.

Trump’s wife, Ivanka, and their three sons also have not been publicly supportive of evolution, even though they have adopted a belief in it.

“I don’t really see evolution as a science,” Ivanka Trump told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in 2013.

“I don, and my father does.

I don’t know what science is, and he doesn’t.

It’s just something that he has told us.

I have heard him say that.

I can’t say for sure what he meant.”

Trump’s father, Fred Trump, was the first major political figure to disavow evolution, and was elected president in 1976.

He told an interviewer in 1998 that “when you look at the theory, it doesn’t seem very credible.”

He said he did not want his son to be exposed to evolution.

Trump has said he believes evolution is a myth and that he believes humans are “designed by our Creator.”

Donald Trump Jr., Trump’s son-in-law, and former campaign manager Paul Manafort, Jr., are both registered Democrats.

Manafort is also a member of the American Family Association, an organization that promotes anti-LGBT causes.