Barack Obama's half-brother, Malik, tweeted what is purportedly the former president's birth certificate. Even while Barack Obama released a copy of his birth certificate issued by the state of Hawaii, half-brother Malik is offering one that shows the birth was registered in Kenya. 

It was during Obama's presidential campaign and into the first two years of his presidency that debate raged over whether or not he could legitimately serve in the presidency, due to doubts raised as to his place of birth. The issue of his birthplace was allegedly first raised by Hillary Clinton's rival presidential campaign in 2008. However, questions over Obama's birthplace were later taken up by Donald Trump. Ultimately, the White House released the Hawaiian birthplace that supposedly settled the matter.

Malik Obama shared a photo of a document that is purportedly issued by the "The document is from the “Coast Province General Hospital” in Mombasa, in what was then the British Protectorate of Kenya. It was issued in the name of Barack Hussein Obama II, who was born on the “4th day of August, 1961.”
 
During the midst of the presidential campaign, then-candidate Donald Trump appeared to be satisfied as to where Obama was born. "President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period." He added, "Now we all want to get back to making America strong and great again."

 

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Spero News editor Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. His first novel 'Shaken Earth', is available at Amazon.

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