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Donald Trump invites President Barack Obama's half brother Malik Obama to the debate. Does this show Trump's pettiness?

  • Yes, this show Trump's pettiness.

    Yes, this show Trump's pettiness because there is no reason to invite Obama's brother. Trump is running against Clinton, not Obama. Therefore, the only reason he is inviting Obama's brother is to show that Barack has some kind of family issues. What other reason is there? Only Trump seems to know.

  • I just want to even out the score :)

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  • Yes, it further shows how petty Trump is.

    Yes, having Trump invite Obama's half brother to the debate shows that Trump is petty and tries to manipulate people's emotions for his own personal gain. Throughout the debates he has said nothing concrete about his plans or policies. He's only engaged in petty personal attacks. This latest strategy of his further confirms his extreme pettiness.

  • No, it simply shows that Malik Obama is a disloyal half-brother.

    Donald Trump is understandably keen to make the most of the support he is gaining from President Barack Obama's half brother Malik Obama. This is not pettiness - it is a clever move to show how the President cannot even claim the loyalty of a family member. Malik is being petty as he is supporting Trump because His brother, the President, refused to offer help with the foundation that supports the family village in Kenya.

  • No, I don`t think so.

    Along with Obama’s Kenyan-born half-brother, the Trump campaign also invited Patricia Smith, whose son Sean died in the Benghazi attacks, and who has accused Hillary Clinton of personally “murdering” him. But the debate invite pettiness is bipartisan: the Clinton campaign has again invited Mark Cuban, the billionaire Trump nemesis, who sat in the front row for the first contest in Long Island. The Dallas Mavericks owner, who endorsed Clinton, has long been a Trump antagonist.


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