President Obama's Half Brother To Be Trump Guest At Vegas Debate

President Obama's Half Brother To Be Trump Guest At Vegas Debate

Well, for the last debate, Donald Trump’s guests were women from Bill Clinton’s past, and for the debate tomorrow in Las Vegas, the guest in the Trump box will be to get at Barack and Michelle Obama, and that is the President’s half brother, Malik Obama, who says he will be voting for Donald Trump. Also in the box will be Donald Trump’s wife Melania who has been at every debate, and his children. Melania Knauss Trump was interviewed last night by Anderson Cooper on CNN, and she said that Trump’s talk with Billy Bush had been “boy talk,” but she has forgiven him, says the Inquisitr. Melania Trump says she has not been on the campaign trail because she has raising her son Barron, who is her focus. Malik Obama, Barack Obama's Kenyan half-brother, stopped supporting the president over the issue of gay marriage. https://t.co/sVph2lUd64 — Scott Bixby (@scottbix) October 18, 2016 But sitting with the Trump children will be Malik Obama the Kenyan born half brother of President Barack Obama, says PageSix. Malik Obama, now an American citizen who splits his time between Washington, D.C. and Kenya, is a Trump supporter. “I’m excited to be at the debate. Trump can make America great again.” RELATED REPORTS BY INQUISITR Who Is Melania Knauss Trump, Wife of Donald Trump? Lil Jon Says That Donald Trump Repeatedly Called Him ‘Uncle Tom’ Donald Trump Implies That Hillary Clinton’s Butt Is Not Impressive Donald Trump says he is looking forward to finally meeting Malik Obama, and that Malik gets it and Barack doesn’t. “I look very much forward to meeting and being with Malik. He gets it far better than his brother.” Malik Obama believes that the mainstream media is biased against Donald Trump, and that the women coming forward have an agenda. “I don’t believe them. Why didn’t they come forward before?” But Malik also seems to have an agenda, and wants to rub his half brother’s face in it. Malik Obama started the Barack H. Obama Foundation, named for their father, to help their village in Kenya. He says he would have been better able to do so if brother Barack would have helped. Malik Obama said that the last time he saw his half brother was 2015 in Kenya. “I went to the White House to say hello. But it wasn’t a very warm and loving reception. As usual, it was a hands-off kind of thing, very businesslike, very formal.” But while Donald Trump held a press conference before the last debate with the Bill Clinton accusers, Malik Obama says he will not do the same. EXPOSED! Malik Obama Campaigning For Donald Trump After Announcing Endorsement https://t.co/5VqCiml2ZH — 338 Lapua (@frankd2870) October 17, 2016 Perhaps Donald Trump was rankled and decided to invite Malik Obama to be his guest after President Obama suggested that Trump should ‘stop whining and try to win votes‘,” says the Los Angeles Times. President Obama mocked Trump at a White House press conference. “If you start whining before the game’s even over, if whenever things are going badly for you and you lose, you start blaming somebody else, then you don’t have what it takes to be in this job.” If anything, the President seemed to be amused. President Obama is also mocking Donald Trump’s fawning behavior when it comes to Russian leader, Vladimir Putin. Paul Begala, a Democratic strategist has said that Barack Obama is more adept than anyone in pushing Trump’s buttons. “He taunts and baits Trump; he ridicules and humiliates him. And then, just to show us all how it’s done, he takes the whole absurd circus and contextualizes it, reminding us that the person who occupies the Oval Office has the power to destroy all life on earth — something not to be trifled with. He is conducting a master class on how to take on a bully.” Presidents Brother, Malik Obama, Voting For Trump https://t.co/y2Gqx7RBhh — jean-marie Ignatow (@jeanetplus) October 16, 2016 Tomorrow night’s Presidential Debate, the last in a series, will be held at UNLV. Do you think it’s a low blow to invite President Obama’s brother to the debate? [Featured Image by Win McNamee/Getty Images]

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