President Obama's half-brother says he'll be voting for Donald Trump


Barack Obama is fully invested in supporting Hillary Clinton as his Democratic successor to the White House, but there's another Obama out there who says he'll board the Trump Train instead.

President Obamas Kenyan half-brother wants to make America great again — so hes voting for Donald Trump.

Mr Trump was quick to point out the news on Twitter, said that Mr Obama "was probably treated badly by the president - like everyone else".

Prez Obama's half brother is jumping ship - he's disappointed in Barack's administration and says he'll be casting a vote for Donald Trump. "I would like to meet him", Obama told The Post, adding "Mr. Trump is providing something new and something fresh".

Malik Obama is now planning to return to Maryland, where he lives and worked for years as an accountant, to cast his vote in the November elections.

Obama plans to trek back to the USA to vote for Trump in November.

"Well, I think it says something about what's happened to the Republican Party over the course of the last eight, 10, 15 years", the president said.

According to the USA leader's brother, the final straw came when Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey announced his recommendation to not prosecute Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server while she was a Secretary of State. "But she knows her stuff", Obama said.

He also said he was also drawn to the Republican Party because they don't stand for same-sex marriage. President Obama's brother from another mother is not down with the prez and Hillary Clinton. Make America Great Again is a great slogan.

He also blamed both Clinton and his half-brother for the 2011 death of Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Gaddafi - who he had described as one of his closest friends.

It was in 1959 that Obama's father left Kenya for Hawaii with his son Malik and his mother. They did not meet for the first time until 1985, when they were in their mid-20s; each served as best man at the other's wedding, but they appear to have had little contact with each other in recent years.

He told the NY Post that Barack did not support his failed attempt to run for governor of Siaya, his home county in Kenya, and said he would be happy when his brother is out of office. "That doesn't mean we haven't solved those problem, but those are facts", Obama said in response to a question.



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