Obama’s Illegal Uncle Omar Contradicts White House – Says Obama Stayed With Him in 1980s
Barack Obama’s illegal alien Uncle Onyango Obama was arrested in August 2011 for driving drunk.
He was held by ICE for two weeks. Onyango told police when he was arrested that he planned to arrange bail through the White House.
Onyango Obama denied he was drinking and driving, or that he failed to yield the right of way. Omar registered a reading of 0.14 percent on a blood-alcohol breath test, which is above the state’s legal driving limit of 0.08 percent. (BBC)
Onyango was able to get his driver’s license back after his DUI.
This week Barack Obama’s drunk Uncle Omar contradicted the White House and said that Obama lived with him while he was a student at Harvard.
The Washington Post reported:
President Obama’s uncle said at a deportation hearing Tuesday that Obama stayed with him while he was a student at Harvard Law School in the 1980s — despite the White House having said that Obama never met the man.
Onyango “Omar” Obama, 69, was arrested for drunk driving in 2011 and faced deportation after living in the United States for five decades. The judge decided to let the Kenyan national remain in the United States.
According to the Boston Globe, Omar Obama also made the following claim:
He testified that president stayed w/ him in Cambridge when he came to attend Harvard Law.
— Maria Sacchetti (@mariasacchetti) December 3, 2013
The White House said following Omar Obama’s arrest that he and the president had never met. The president was not close to his father’s side of the family given his father’s absence in his life.
The White House did not immediately comment on Omar Obama’s claim.