Ivanka Trump & Chelsea Clinton Defend Malia Obama, Telling Critics She's "Off Limits"

Posted November 26, 2017

Let Malia do her own thing.

This is not the first time Clinton has come to the aide of a president's child.

This week, conservative media outlets and tabloids have been circulating and reporting on videos that they claim show Malia Obama - former President Barack Obama's oldest daughter who is a student at Harvard - kissing a young man before a football game and blowing smoke rings.

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Both sides of the U.S. political divide are defending Malia Obama's right to privacy after a video went viral showing the eldest daughter of former president Barack Obama apparently smoking.

Clinton and Trump both issued tweets on Friday imploring people to allow Malia Obama to lead a normal life.

"She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits", Ivanka Trump wrote on Twitter.

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Less than an hour later, Chelsea Clinton followed suit.

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.

Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton, tweeted her support too. The former first daughter linked to a Daily Caller piece headlined: "It's High Time Barron Trump Starts Dressing Like He's In the White House".

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