First daughters defend Malia Obama after viral videos

First daughters defend Malia Obama after viral videos

Darren Sullivan
November 25, 2017

While Malia is the daughter of former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle, English-born Farquharson reportedly has ties to the British royal family!

"Malia Obama's private life, as a young woman, a college student, a private citizen, should not be your clickbait", she wrote on Twitter. But what exactly did Malia Obama do to have critics in such an uproar? She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits'. While the videos have caused some people to criticize Malia for what they felt was "inappropriate" behavior, others have come to the former first daughter's defense, noting her behavior was fairly typical of any teenager.

This after video has circulated of what appears to be the 19-year old Harvard student blowing smoke rings in a bathroom.

This past weekend Malia was photographed kissing a fellow crimson fan at a tailgate prior to a football game against Yale University.

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Queen Elizabeth later made him a member of her own order of chivalry, and Prince Charles hired him as Deputy Master of the Household at Clarence House in 2006. Obama has previously been accused of hating the United Kingdom by Boris Johnson after the 44th U.S. president returned a bust of Winston Churchill on day one of his administration to the British embassy in Washington.

Over the summer, he interned in Northern Ireland with the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building; something that could impress Malia's father, Barack Obama. Footage has emerged showing the couple sharing an intimate moment, with Malia wrapping her arms around the British boy's neck before going in for a kiss.

Obama started at the Ivy League university this autumn, following in the footsteps of her parents, who both attended Harvard Law.

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