Chelsea Clinton, Ivanka Trump decry reports about Malia Obama's personal life

Chelsea Clinton, Ivanka Trump decry reports about Malia Obama's personal life

Chelsea Clinton, Ivanka Trump decry reports about Malia Obama's personal life

"Like I said, whether Republican or Democrat, adults or minors, unless they have inserted themselves into politics, they should be off limits". "Let Malia live", activist DeRay Mckesson said.

Clinton has come to the defense of members of the First Family in the past.

Chelsea Clinton tweeted, "Malia Obama's private life, as a young woman, a college student, a private citizen, should not be your clickbait".

Ivanka Trump was the first to speak up.

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

Less than an hour later, Chelsea Clinton followed suit.

President Donald Trump's eldest daughter defended Malia's right to privacy Friday, noting the 19-year-old Harvard University student was still a private citizen and should be considered off limits to public and media scrutiny.

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.

Others also tweeted their support for Malia, some noting that her biggest problem is that she needs better friends who won't film her and post it on the internet every time she does something "scandalous". In August, she decried a report about Barron Trump's wardrobe.

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