20 October 2016
Malik Obama, half-brother of outgoing U.S. President Barrack Obama has opted to be on the opposite side of his brother in the U.S. presidential race.
President Obama is on Hillary Clinton’s side while Malik is an ardent Trump supporter. He was personally invited by Trump to appear at Wednesday night’s debate.
That Malik and Trump are getting along is a big surprise, since the civilian Obama is the exact opposite of the kind of people Trump said he wants in the U.S.
Malik is a Muslim, he’s from Kenya, and holds in high esteem everything the American value stands for. For instance, he currently has between three and 12 wives – he won’t say exactly how many.
Trump is against all this; he doesn’t want blacks in the U.S., he also doesn’t want Muslims on American soil as he’s made statements in recent past that suggest he can’t stand the religion. He even blames the religion for a large number of the world’s problems.
In an interview with New York Post, Malik spoke of his personal grudge with his half-brother which is a good reason for him to choose the side his half-brother opposes. He said: “My brother (Obama) didn’t help me at all.”
Malik was referring to a foundation he started in their shared father’s name. “He wanted me to shut it down when I set it up. He hasn’t supported me at all,” he continued.
Malik and Barrack ones shared an unbreakable relationship. At one of Malik’s many weddings, Barrack Obama was his best man while Malik was the best man at Barrack Obama and Michelle’s wedding.