Donald Trump invites President Obama’s half-brother to final debate

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LAS VEGAS, Nevada — When Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take the stage in Las Vegas Wednesday night for the third and final debate before the presidential election, President Obama’s half-brother will be in the audience.

But he won’t be there to support Clinton, the Democratic nominee.

Instead, he’s coming as a guest of Trump, the Republican nominee.

Malik Obama told the New York Post he is “excited” to attend the debate.

He also said that Trump “gets it far better than his brother.”

Malik, who is Kenyan-born and a U.S. citizen, announced his support of Trump back in July. Malik lives in a rural Kenyan village but is registered to vote in Maryland, the Daily Mail reported.

According to the Post, Malik visited with his half-brother at the White House back in 2015.

He described it as a “hands-off kind of thing, very businesslike, very formal.”

The president’s half-brother has expressed resentment that his brother has not helped with with his foundation to support the family’s village of Kogelo in Kenya.

According to the Daily Mail, Malik is a supporter of Hamas — A U.S.-designated terrorist organization.

The president’s half-brother has also had at least 12 wives and was accused of beating two of them.

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