Malik, who is three years older than Barack, said he last saw his sibling in August 2015 after the president had visited Kenya.
“I went to the White House to say hello. I paid a courtesy call,” he told American Media. But it wasn’t a very warm and loving reception.
“As usual, it was a hands-off kind of thing, very businesslike, very formal,” Malik said.
After this incident they have become enemies, Malik now fully supports Trump. Malik adds he feels “deep disappointment” in his brother Barack Obama.
Malik will be in the audience in Las Vegas on Wednesday night when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off in their third and final debate.
Malik, an American citizen who lives in Washington, DC, will be a guest of Donald Trump who he says he will vote for.