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    Obama’s Brother Voting For Trump

    “I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart”

    Adan Salazar – July 24, 2016 771 Comments

    Obama’s Brother Voting For Trump

    President Barack Obama’s half brother, Malik Obama, says he will be voting for Donald Trump in the 2016 US election.

    Malik recently told the New York Post he was inspired by Donald Trump’s message and his tell-it-like-it-is attitude.

    “I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart,” Malik told The Post. “Make America Great Again is a great slogan. I would like to meet him.”

    Malik, who proudly wears a Trump hat, is a resident of Kenya, but plans a trip to Maryland – where he is a registered voter – in November to cast his vote for Trump.

    “Mr. Trump is providing something new and something fresh,” he said.

    Expressing “deep disappointment” with his brother’s administration, Malik said Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified and top secret information was just one factor pushing him towards Trump.

    “She should have known better as the custodian of classified information,” Malik said.
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    Clinton’s role – along with his brother’s – in the violent ousting of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, “whom [Malik] called one of his best friends,” according to the Post, was another reason he disliked Hillary.

    “I still feel that getting rid of Khadafy didn’t make things any better in Libya,” he said. “My brother and the secretary of state disappointed me in that regard.”

    Malik recently made headlines when Fox News aired images from his wedding showing President Obama, wearing a traditional Muslim dress, as his best man, but he says he’d prefer to stay out of the spotlight.

    “Honestly, I’ll be happy when my brother is out of office, and I will finally be out of the limelight and be able to live like a human being.”

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    GusCruz
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    Lol. Malik has beentfying to cash in on his being Obama’s brother for eight years. Google it. He’s tried everything, and failed miserably. The final quote is extremely cynical.

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    #1201879767

    What an embarrassing half-sibling that is! Ugh.

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    #1201880040

    The answer to your question is on the story you copied and pasted. Fourth paragraph of your full post, exactly.

    Well thanks, but the answer is unspoken. Bernie ‘dares’ to be NOT a supporter of Hillary’s main BOSS, whom she mouth-pieces for and gladly lines her own pockets.

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    Obama’s speech was everything!

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    #1201881000

    After Trump’s treasonous act today, I am unclear why we are still having a discussion about this election. I am looking forward to Clinton’s speech tomorrow.

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    Obama’s speech was everything!

    Yes it was. He really gave his all to top his wife’s speech and it paid off. Love the man.

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    A slightly differing viewpoint from a socialist Liberal.

    It was very difficult to watch the speeches last night, platitude after cliché after meaningless rhetoric…so boring it angered me.

    From The Blaze re:
    the Democratic National Convention.

    “Tonight was a sad night for the Democratic Party,” a statement from the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign declared. “They offered no solutions to the problems facing America.”

    The press release, which was penned by Trump’s senior policy advisor Stephen Miller, asserted that the speeches — delivered by President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine — proved how disconnected the Democrats are from the current American experience.

    “Instead of dealing with reality, they spoke in cheap, petty terms beneath the dignity of a convention,” Miller wrote. “Their entire message could be summed up as: things are perfect, let’s not change a single thing.

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    #1201881141

    We all know who committed treason, don’t we?

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    We all know who committed treason, don’t we?

    I’d LOVE to see The Path to 9/11 that she had censored because it “made her look bad”.

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    I thought last night was a truly extraordinary evening, the strongest convention night (of either party) I’ve seen in ages. Biden, Bloomberg and Obama all hit it out of the park.

    Oh, and The Path to 9/11 was total neocon propaganda BS.

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: Best Original Song (1984) – Stevie Ain’t Afraid of No Ghostbusters (or Kevin Bacon)

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    A slightly differing viewpoint from a socialist Liberal.

    It was very difficult to watch the speeches last night, platitude after cliché after meaningless rhetoric…so boring it angered me.

    From The Blaze re:
    the Democratic National Convention.

    “Tonight was a sad night for the Democratic Party,” a statement from the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign declared. “They offered no solutions to the problems facing America.”

    The press release, which was penned by Trump’s senior policy advisor Stephen Miller, asserted that the speeches — delivered by President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine — proved how disconnected the Democrats are from the current American experience.

    “Instead of dealing with reality, they spoke in cheap, petty terms beneath the dignity of a convention,” Miller wrote. “Their entire message could be summed up as: things are perfect, let’s not change a single thing.

    You’re a socialist liberal reading AND QUOTING the Blaze? lol. very cool. I too am a socialist liberal who doesn’t like Hillary, but can appreciate the speeches from last night, especially their extraordinary delivery. Most of those speeches last night were aimed at moderate and conservative America (Reagan Democrats, for instance), not exactly for us. Hillary is no Bernie, we shouldn’t fool ourselves.

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    #1201881213

    I watched a couple of the speeches last night until I felt myself getting dumber watching it. Can’t wait to vote for Jill Stein this November as the only progressive candidate left in the race.

    Also, #ImwithNina LOOK IT UP :\

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    I watched a couple of the speeches last night until I felt myself getting dumber watching it. Can’t wait to vote for Jill Stein this November as the only progressive candidate left in the race.

    What’s your state?

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    #1201881293

    I thought last night was a truly extraordinary evening, the strongest convention night (of either party) I’ve seen in ages. Biden, Bloomberg and Obama all hit it out of the park.

    Oh, and The Path to 9/11 was total neocon propaganda BS.

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: Best Original Song (1984) – Stevie Ain’t Afraid of No Ghostbusters (or Kevin Bacon)

    Really? Why’d she have it censored then I wonder…..

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