Conway, 49, and Malik, 58, took a photo together outside what appeared to be a hotel. "Malik Obama and I hanging post-debate prep today," she captioned the Twitter pic. "He told me why he is a Republican and voting for @realDonaldTrump." It's not confirmed if Trump himself actually met Malik in person.
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) October 19, 2016
As previously reported, Trump, 70, invited POTUS' sibling to the showdown against Hillary Clinton at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. (During the second debate, the mogul reserved seats for a group of women who accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault.)
Over the summer, Malik officially announced that he was supporting the GOP presidential debate. His younger brother, meanwhile, has been campaigning for fellow Democrat and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
Malik has explained that he's mainly against Hillary's support of same-sex marriage and the controversy surrounding her private email server.
"I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart," Malik told the New York Post in July. "'Make America Great Again' is a great slogan. I would like to meet him."
Wow, President Obama's brother, Malik, just announced that he is voting for me. Was probably treated badly by president-like everybody else!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 24, 2016
Trump responded to his endorsement via Twitter at the time. "Wow, President Obama's brother, Malik, just announced that he is voting for me," he wrote on July 24. "Was probably treated badly by president-like everybody else!"
Per The Washington Post, Malik divides his time between Kenya and Washington, D.C., and has anywhere from three to 12 wives based on conflicting reports. He was the best man at POTUS' 1992 wedding to First Lady Michelle Obama, but the two don't appear to be on the best of terms anymore.
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