During the summer, President Barack Obama’s half-brother made a huge announcement: He supports Donald Trump for President of the United States.
How noted his disappointment about his brother’s failures in the White House. And while Malik was born in Kenya, he came an American citizen and will vote.
Trump even brought Malik to the debate last night.
You have to believe that the White House and Team Hillary had to be furious about this:
One of President Barack Obama’s half-brothers will be attending the final presidential debate Wednesday night as Donald Trump’s guest, but another of Obama’s half-siblings said he disapproves of the decision.
“I love my brothers, but no one member represents the Obamas,” Mark Obama Ndesandjo said in an email to the Associated Press. “Others in my family and I do not support my brother Malik’s position on Mr. Trump.”
Malik Obama, who is Kenyan-born, announced he was supporting Trump’s candidacy in July, and the Trump campaign announced that he would join the Republican nominee in the audience for Wednesday’s debate. Ndesandjo, a businessman who lives in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, is American. All three half-brothers have different mothers, according to the Associated Press.
Trump told the media, “I look very much forward to meeting and being with Malik. He gets it far better than his brother.”