Donald Trump Obama Bombshell? Billionaire's Announcement Could Change Presidential Election (VIDEO)

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(Photo: REUTERS/Steve Marcus)Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R) is endorsed by businessman and real estate developer Donald Trump at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada February.

Donald Trump has said he has an "Obama bombshell" that he will reveal later this week on Wednesday.

The billionaire has indicated that he has something huge on President Barack Obama, and he indicates that it could change the course of the upcoming Presidential Election that takes place in just two weeks on Nov. 6.

It is unlikely to be good news for Obama, seeing as Trump is a devout Republican. The business mogul has said that he will reveal all on Wednesday when he makes the announcement via his social media Twitter account.

Trump made the announcement about his "bombshell" on Monday as he spoke to Fox & Friends. He explained that he had "something very, very big concerning the president of the United States."

He said, "It's going to be very big. I know one thing - you will cover it in a very big fashion."

He described the news as "large, bordering on gigantic."

Trump also indicated that it could "possibly" be something that alters things in the upcoming elections.

Trump's announcement has sparked all sorts of rumors about what it could be concerning, with some saying it probably has something to do with Obama's birth certificate. In the past Trump has been reported as claiming Obama was not born in the U.S. and that his Hawaiian birth certificate is fake - meaning he would be ineligible to be President of the United States.

On Monday night the third and final Presidential Debate took place between President Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The debate saw Obama continue his aggressive line that he adopted in the second debate, often interjecting Romney's statements to disagree with him. Romney meanwhile appeared more calm, to the extent some claimed he might not have shown enough fight and made clear the differences between himself and Obama.

Going into the final few weeks until the election a majority of polls show the presidential race for the White House to be deadlocked.