Ivanka Trump: Malia Obama should be 'off limits' to tabloids

Posted November 25, 2017

"Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers", Trump tweeted on Friday.

While the former president's daughter should obviously expect interest from the press, the coverage of her enjoying typical rites of passage come off as intrusive and inappropriate.

Earlier this week, celebrity tabloid TMZ shared a video of Malia kissing a boy later identified as her boyfriend, Rory Farquharson, before a football game between Harvard University and Yale.

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Ivanka Trump, the president's eldest daughter and top White House adviser, condemned recent media coverage of former President Barack Obama's eldest daughter, Malia Obama, a 19-year-old freshman at Harvard.

With all the attention, people have noticed one amusing thing: Rory now follows Donald Trump on Twitter, but not Barack Obama. Readers now know more about the teenage rugby player and his esteemed parents, cousins, and grandparents than most do about their own family history. The insider added: "He was very popular".

The 19-year-old was also a member of the school's chemistry club the Blue Bunsen Society. He also was honored as being the Head of School from 2015 to 2016, and he interned at the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building in Northern Ireland during the summer. Especially since Barack Obama apparently thought Britain's attachment to the UK-US "special relationship" was a joke, which he regularly mocked.

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Malia's beau's father, Charles, 57, has a degree in law from St Catharine's College, Cambridge, and is the chief executive of Insight Investment Management Limited based in London and his mom is an accountant who works in London's Upper Tribunal.

"One is (their mother) Michelle", he explained. "So I don't worry about it because they're really solid, smart girls-young ladies now".

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