Trump ropes in Obama's half-brother for final Presidential debate

President Barack Obama's half-brother, Malik Obama, was Donald Trump's VIP guest at Wednesday night's presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Malik has spoken publicly against Trump's contender, Hillary Clinton, blaming her for the deaths in the Middle East.

The presidential hopefuls have pulled no punches and left no stone un-turned in their pursuit for the highest office in the United States. Millions around the world gathered around their television screens for what is seen as the last attempt to sway voters ahead of the elections.

Listen to the interview below:

He sold a personal letter that the President wrote to him shedding some light into why he had gone into politics.

Crystal Orderson, Southern African Editor of Africa Report
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