Viral video shows Malia Obama blowing smoke rings

In a viral video, former first daughter Malia Obama can be seen blowing smoke rings.

The Daily Caller originally reported the story stating that the video was posted and deleted by Barstool Sports.

In response dozens of social media users have commented, a lot of them with positive feedback in spite of the video getting shared by Obama’s conservative critics.

Activist DeRay Mckesson tweeted “Let Malia live”

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Happy Malia Obama Day 🇺🇸
Y'all in 1776 celebrating Independence Day while I'm in 2017 celebrating Malia Obama's birthday.
Until this country treats people of color the same, it's national bbq & Malia Obama day https://t.co/Z9Q9QBO8Qg
We not celebrating the Fourth you dumb ass bitch. We BBQ for Malia Obama day. Fuck yo hot cheeto president https://t.co/x8cNibK3H7
OKAY BLACK PEOPLE, WE HAVE FOUND SOMETHING WE CAN CELEBRATE TODAY HAPPY MALIA OBAMA DAY https://t.co/ECKYQOzJyn
Wow we can finally replace this terrible hypocritical holiday with the birth of our first daughter, Malia Obama. To… https://t.co/ubwP7np6FX
Independence Day doesn't count for us anyway...so for her birthday, I say HAPPY MALIA OBAMA DAY! God bless America! https://t.co/vU6goFoCda
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Other social media users argued that in comparison to Trump’s children, Malia Obama’s video is pretty innocent.

Meanwhile, both Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton came to the defense of Malia with Ivanka tweeting,

“Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers. She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits”

And Chelsea writing, “Malia Obama’s private life, as a young woman, a college student, a private citizens, should not be your clickbait. Be better.”

 

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