Obama’s Half Brother To Attend Presidential Debate As Trump’s Guest

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has invited President Obama’s half brother, Malik Obama, to be his guest at the final presidential debate on Wednesday in Las Vegas.

Malik, a Kenyan-born American citizen – who lives in Washington – has always identified as a republican and is an unwavering Trump supporter.

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In an interview with the New York Post, Malik Obama said he is “excited to be at the debate”.

He agrees with Trump that the mainstream media is biased and also dismisses the women who claim Trump kissed or groped them without their permission.

”I don’t believe them,” Malik said. ”Why didn’t they come forward before?”

Malik went on to blast Hillary Clinton’s performance as Secretary of State for fueling the chaos and violence in the Middle-East. He pointed out the situation in Libya as an example.

Hillary Clinton also unveiled her list of guests which includes two well-known billionaires who are backing her campaign; Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, a former Republican California gubernatorial candidate.

Obama's Half Brother
Clinton Holding Hands With Mark Cuban

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The Clinton campaign is subtly trying to question Trump’s claim to being immensely wealthy by picking the billionaires.

Whitman endorsed Clinton earlier this year saying in a statement that she would vote and donate to her campaign. The HP CEO has since then headlined events for Clinton and contributed considerable amounts of money.

Mark Cuban attended and sat in the front row at the first debate. The move was intended to shake the Republican nominee because Cuban has been an outspoken critic of the real estate billionaire.

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Cuban endorsed Clinton at a July event in his native Pittsburgh where he called Trump “bats— crazy.”

According to current polls, Mrs. Clinton is ahead of the billionaire businessman and would need a very good showing at the debate to win over the undecided voters.