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Barack Obama “lost” his half brother to Republicans

Barack Obama “lost” his half brother to Republicans

Barack Obama’s half brother Malik won’t support Democrats. The man will give his voice to Donald Trump on the current November election.

Malik Obama is in Kenya now. However, the man plans come to Maryland (he was an accountant here) again for the upcoming Presidential election. And family ties won’t affect man’s political position. The media reported that Malik is a hardcore fan of the Republican Party and Donald Trump. The businessman from New-York is a politician who the man plans to vote for. Malik likes Trump’s mode of speaking and hopes to meet him someday.

FBI’s actions in case of the e-mail scandal that involved Hillary Clinton became one of the key factors that made him to choose Obama’s rival party. As media mentioned before, officials did not find any reasons to press criminal charges to the former State Secretary.

Trump was outraged because Clinton did not receive punishment. The politician also reacted to Malik’s decision.

“Wow, President Obama’s brother, Malik, just announced that he is voting for me. Was probably treated badly by president-like everybody else!” twitted Trump.

Malik Obama did not “betray” his half brother suddenly. The man often criticized President’s decisions and never hid information about their relations. For example, Malike once said his half brother is not a honest man. However, relatives weren’t always in bad relations and even were best men in weddings of each other.

Barack Obama criticized Trump’s foreign policies

Representatives of Democratic and Republican parties continue to participate in active discussions against the background of upcoming elections. Trump suggested the USA won’t be able to defend Nato allies during his presidency, and Obama called it a “lack of preparedness” on foreign policy.

Trump made his comments about Nato in an interview with the New York Times this week, ahead of his confirmation as the Republican presidential nominee in Cleveland. He criticized the financial contributions of allied states and said he would not necessarily defend some if they were attacked – for example, if Nato states in the Baltic should be attacked by Russia.

“If they fulfill their obligations to us, the answer is yes,” he said.

Obama said Trump’s remarks were “an indication of the lack of preparedness that he has been displaying when it comes to foreign policy”.