Well, here's my biggest question, at this point, anything he has in those records or files, could be altered or changed, so why hasn't it been done ?
Just to one more step on the hypothetical route, with the birth certificate, why would the POTUS, with access to billions of dollars, access to donors, and people with power, and an entire political party and apparatus, not to mention being in direct charge of the entire US intelligence community, not create the best damn forgery on earth of say a birth certificate ?
If anything, that document should look and be more "real" or realistic, then anything or anyone else's...........Unless, the guy and his minions are honestly that incompetent, something that should never ever be ruled out.
FWIW, I've heard this rumor a long time ago, and have no idea if it is or isn't true, but one is that, years ago, he may have committed financial aid fraud, among other things, which while not exactly totally rare among young students, is also something that could really really tick off a lot of kids today.
Well according to one of his books, his bc was at grandma’s. He showed up there at the apartment two weeks before and she dies just before the election. Like two days before. Pretty weird.
I see several reasons ( from someone who has no experience with this.)
** Too many ( who are still living) have seen the originals and/or created the originals and know the real content.
** There are copies of the originals in too many agencies. Not only would the originals need to be forged but so would all the copies tucked away everywhere else in his life.
** One person likely does not have all the skills needed to produce the high quality forgery. It likely requires a team. And...It would only take one whistle blower ( unwilling to risk his professional reputation and prison time) to cause the whole conspiracy to unravel. Think of the skill need to machine an perfect copy of the typewriter or to find the exact duplicate of the paper. One person likely can't do that.
** Some of the documents are numbered and also entered, in numbered order, into bound and numbered ledgers whose information was in cursive handwriting.
And...I am not an expert. Someone with experience in this area could likely come up with dozens of other reasons.