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Malik Obama

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President Obama's half brother, Malik Obama, is not in the wrong for supporting Donald Trump for president. Malik has the right to support any candidate he wants for the presidency. Just because Malik is the half-brother of the president, it does not mean that he has to agree with the president on every issue and political candidate.
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People are capable of forming their own opinions.
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I believe that Malik Obama is choosing the wrong candidate. He, like everyone, would like to see the United States move in a better direction, but Trump is not the person to do that. I'm afraid he'll run our country into the ground, the way he does with his own businesses (when things get tough, he just declares bankruptcy).
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He can vote for whoever he wants to.
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Just because Malik shares the same blood as Barack doesn't mean they share the same opinions or ideas. These are people. People have brains. Brains create opinions, ideas, differences, similarities and more within the entire population. It creates diversity. You don't have to follow what your bloodline follows, like religion, or an heirloom. It's all you in this world and what you wanna do.
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We all must make up our own minds when it comes to things like this. I would not be surprised to find out he did not vote for Obama. People are free to make their own decisions and if more people realized that instead of voting who your family always votes for they would be better off.
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He is annoyed that Clinton and President Obama killed Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy, whom he called one of his best friends.
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We have a democratic system and no one can be wrong for voting for someone. I am sure he has his reasons. This is a very smart individual who has seen the bad side of our government first hand.
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