Obama’s DRUNK Daughter FREAKS OUT, embarrasses Daddy and is ESCORTED OUT!
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Last night Obama’s eldest daughter, Malia Obama, was at the Parlor, an exclusive Soho club, for a 21-and-over event. However, daddy may not like how Malia acted in public when she spotted Wintrich, a White House Correspondent.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Malia drunk and out of control, and probably won’t be the last…
From Gateway Pundit:
Multiple witnesses watched as Malia Obama, Obama’s oldest daughter, ran up to Wintrich with the intent of stirring up controversy. Wintrich believes at the point of an altercation she was intoxicated, which should bring everyone back to those other moments of infamy when Barrack’s daughter decided to “act out”.
Wintrich attempted to snap a picture of Malia before she ran up to him furious. She asked Wintrich to confirm who he was before accosting him and saying: “If you wanna have a conversation, let’s sit down, let’s have a real conversation.”
Wintrich responded in kind by welcoming the invitation: “Absolutely. Let’s sit down and have a conversation.”
This positive response from Wintrich sent Malia into a tailspin with the former President’s daughter saying, “I think you’re disgusting.”
She was quickly escorted away by her personal security.
Wintrich and company claim that Malia was shouted both at him and others as she seemed to be visibly unhinged. Wintrich currently is in New York while reorganizing his belongings for his current work in Washington D.C. and the Briefing Room. He was hoping for a calm and civil night out when the incident took place. Luckily for Malia, her security was there to keep her from doing something even more reckless.
When asked for comment during the ordeal, Wintrich on the phone said, “It’s hilarious that an 18-year-old would have the “audacity of confrontation” [Wintrich was referencing her father’s book “The Audacity of Hope”, he felt the need to clarify the referential joke, as he often does] at a 21+ lounge in NYC that my friends invited me to…”