Malik Obama To Attend Trump’s Final Debate In Las Vegas

It is no longer news that Malik Obama, President Obama’s half brother, is pro-Trump.

On Trump’s invitation, Malik says he will make it to Trump’s final presidential debate in Las Vegas. Malik Obama has confirmed that he will be a guest of Trump at the Wednesday night debate.

Just like Obama, Malik is also a United States citizen. He has lived in Washington D.C since the 80’s.

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According to Malik, who is 3 years older than Obama, Trump is the go-to presidential candidate for the United States. For a number of personal and political reasons which he shared in his last public interview, he still maintains that Trump is the man.

“I’m excited to be at the debate. Trump can make America great again.”

Trump had equally shared his delight to meet Obama’s half brother during the debate.

“I look very much forward to meeting and being with Malik. He gets it far better than his brother.”

With awkward drama unfolding  from the leaked 2005 video where Trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, more women are coming out with claims that Trump actually molested them.

On that note Malik dismissed the claims as false.

“I don’t believe them. Why didn’t they come forward before?”

As a Trump fan, Obama’s half brother also believes that the media is biased. Trump has recently begun to accuse the media of rigging elections and manipulating the flow of the anticipated November elections with their contents and views.

While Malik often claims his political ideals aligns best with Trump, he never ceases to point out personal grievances towards Barrack Obama.

For instance in his past interview he complained that he no longer gets express entry into the White House to see his brother.

“I have to go through this woman and make a request, saying I would like to see him. Then I just have to wait…”

“And that’s how it usually works. It all depends on whether there’s an opening in his diary.”

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Now he is making a similar complaint.

“I went to the White House to say hello. I paid a courtesy call. But it wasn’t a very warm and loving reception,”

“As usual, it was a hands-off kind of thing, very businesslike, very formal.”

Malik Obama says he will be there at the debate but will not be part of any other political conference with Trump.