Sean Hannity interviewed President Obama’s half brother, Mark Obama Ndesandjo, and some of his responses might surprise you. Check it out…
OBAMA NDESANDJO: You know, when I was growing up in Kenya, my father Barack Obama Sr., we had a history of domestic violence for seven or eight years. And it was a very powerful and destructive event in my life. Basically I wanted nothing to do with the Obama name for a long period after that because I couldn’t protect my mom. He was brilliant, but he was a tortured man. And it took 20 — 15 years before I met Barack for first time in 1988. And when I write about it, it was a very intense meeting.
HANNITY: You talk in the book how you were more willing to accept your father’s flaws than Barack. By the way I never thought I’d have an Obama on the show.
OBAMA NDESANDJO: Well, I think in the future, you know, if we work — if we work it out somehow, maybe we’ll got some other Obamas.
HANNITY: Can you make that happen? Can you bring Barack with you next time.
OBAMA NDESANDJO: Well, you have to treat some of us nice.
HANNITY: Have I not been nice to you?
OBAMA NDESANDJO: You’ve been very nice to me. And I must admit you’ve been very gracious. And also you’re being a person who is truly trying to understand, understand our family, and I appreciate that. I know you also want your millions of listeners to also understand more because —
HANNITY: I do.
OBAMA NDESANDJO: — we want America to move in the same direction.
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