Obama’s Brother Supporting Donald Trump For Final Debate: How To Watch It, What Time Will It Start?

Obama’s Brother Supporting Donald Trump For Final Debate: How To Watch It, What Time Will It Start?
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President Barack Obama’s half-brother Malik will be in attendance for the third presidential debate between nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in Las Vegas.


Kenya-born American citizen Malik said he will be present as a guest of Trump. Malik has expressed his support for the business mogul. “I’m excited to be at the debate,” Malik said. “Trump can make America great again.”

Third Presidential Debate: President Barack Obama’s half-brother expresses support for Donald Trump

In his support of the Republican presidential nominee, Malik said the mainstream media is biased, Page Six reports. He also dismissed the women who came out and accused Trump of sexual assault, saying, “I don’t believe them.”

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“Why didn’t they come forward before?” he said.

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Malik was critical of Clinton, slamming her “performance as secretary of the State Department for exacerbating the chaos and violence in the Mideast,” Page Six stated.

His relationship with his brother has not been affectionate. Malik said he last met Obama in August 2015 following the latter’s visit to Kenya. “I went to the White House to say hello,” Malik said. “I paid a courtesy call.” But, Malik said, the meeting was “very businesslike, very formal.”

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Third Presidential Debate: How and where to watch the final debate

The third presidential debate between Clinton and Trump, to be held at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on October 19, will be the final contest between the nominees before election day on November 8. The debate will start at 9 p.m.

Chris Wallace of Fox News will serve as the moderator of the debate, as reported by WIRED.

The event will simulcast on major television networks including ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS, MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, CNN, Univision, Telemundo, and C-SPAN. For those who want to watch the debate online, Buzzfeed News, The Daily Caller, Huffington Post, Politico, the Wall Street Journal and Yahoo will be streaming it live. In addition, Regal Cinemas will also be showing the debate at some of its theaters; the list of theaters can be viewed here.

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