Malia Obama spotted locking lips with new boyfriend at Harvard football game

Kelvin Reese
November 25, 2017

That was the sentiment felt on Twitter Friday as a video of the former first daughter appearing to smoke circulated the Internet.

Since President Donald Trump's family moved into the White House, Clinton has also been moved to call out media outlets that focus attention on Barron Trump, who is 11 years old. Footage has emerged showing the couple sharing an intimate moment, with Malia wrapping her arms around the British boy's neck before going in for a kiss.

The president's daughter tweets: "Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers".

Numerous others on social media also asked for the former first daughter to be left alone. Another video, published by TMZ along with still photos, showed her kissing someone during a tailgate party for the annual Harvard-Yale football game.

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A year ago her father revealed that Malia and her younger sister Sasha had already started dating, but joked that he was "pretty relaxed" about the prospect because the family still have Secret Service protection.

The floppy-haired ex-public school boy is in his second year at Harvard University in the United States, which is where he met Malia, and he previously attended Rugby School where he was both on the golf team and head boy, according to The Sun. To be clear, it's not known what Malia may have been smoking in the video to produce the smoke for her smoke ring trick.

Ivanka Trump also coming to the young co-ed's defense tweeted, "She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be off limits". And since 36.5 million people smoke in the USA, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Obama's decision to have a cigarette is not all that novel either.

Obama started at the Ivy League university this autumn, following in the footsteps of her parents, who both attended Harvard Law.

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