Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton urge people to back off Malia Obama


Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump separately tweeted for media sites to back off after video surfaced online of Malia, gasp, blowing smoke rings, reports USA Today. But everyone need spaces to make their own decisions-especially if they're someone like Malia Obama, who spent eight incredibly formative years in the White House because her dad was leading the world.

Trump tweeted: "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", Trump, who is often the subject of media scrutiny, said. That was the message that two members of the "First Daughter's Club", as the Washington Post calls them, wanted to make clear the day after Thanksgiving. But as headlines and criticism of Obama continued to mount as the week went on, fellow first daughters Clinton and Trump came forward to say, enough is enough.

Malia Obama is a student at Harvard University.

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Being in the white house for eight years, Sasha and Malia have always tried to stay away from the public eye. "We have reminded outlets of this request in order to protect the privacy and security of these girls".

The most immediate past president said dropping off Malia at Harvard in August "was a little like having open heart surgery".