“I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart,” said Obama, who resides in the rural village of Kogelo, Kenya.
Obama told the Washington Post, “Make America Great Again is a great slogan. I would like to meet him.”.
Malik Obama said his “deep disappointment” in Obama led him to switch to the “party of Lincoln.”
He said the last straw came when the FBI director announced he would not recommend charges for Hillary Clinton, who kept an illegal server in her home.
“She should have known better as the custodian of classified information,” said Obama.
Malik Obama also said he opposes same-sex marriage, which his brother fully supported.
“I feel like a Republican now because they don’t stand for same-sex marriage, and that appeals to me,” he said.
Now That the Boring Conventions Are Over, Bring On the Debates!
The Republican and Democratic Conventions easily rank as the most boring in modern history. But the presidential debates promises to bring fun and excitement to a rather bland presidential race.
The showdown between Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be an epic battle of Truth vs Evil.
Neither candidate electrified their political parties during the conventions. And Hillary Clinton’s ongoing email scandal dominated the news cycle.
So far, Clinton has skated on thin ice in terms of revealing her true agenda to the American people. Until now her interviews and Q&A sessions have been strictly controlled by her camp.
The sickly 68-year-old mother-of-one doesn’t fare well in public debates, because telling the truth is problematic for her.
Trump — who won nearly all of his prior debates — pointed out that Clinton held her last press conference nearly a year ago. 238 days ago, to be exact.
CNN’s Jake Tapper confirmed that Clinton’s last press conference was in December.
The following is the schedule of the presidential debate schedule, according to the Commission on Presidential Debates.
Sept. 26 – First presidential debate at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio
Oct. 9 – 2nd presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, MO
Oct. 19 – 3rd presidential debate at University of Nevada-Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV
All debates will be moderated by a single individual — probably an anchor from one of the major news networks (hopefully NOT CNN).
The debate moderators will be announced soon.