Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton defend Malia Obama's privacy

Michele Moreno
November 26, 2017

Trump said Malia Obama should be "off limits".

Let Malia do her own thing.

Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump spoke up after several media outlets started publishing videos that seem to show Malia Obama, former President Barack Obama's oldest daughter who is now a freshman at Harvard, kissing a fellow student and (gasp!) blowing smoke rings. "Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers", Trump wrote in a tweet.

Two first daughters have come to the defense of another over the media scrutiny she has been receiving. Trump and Clinton took to Twitter on Friday to defend Obama's right to choose to live as a private citizen-and enjoy college!-now that she's out of the White House.

The former first daughter is a first-year student at Harvard University.

Shortly after TMZ posted photos of Malia Obama kissing a boy and smoking cigarettes at Harvard, where she is now a student, some other of her snitching-ass "friends" posted video of her blowing smoke rings which the conservative press ran with.

Luckily, she's had a few people stick up for her-and one of the more suprising duos have been Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton.

The Clinton little girl likewise went to the resistance of Barron Trump, President Trump's most youthful child, prior this year, when a Daily Caller post condemned the 11-year-old for his easygoing clothing.

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