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Fake-News - President Obama's 16-Year-Old Daughter Malia Confirmed Pregnant

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Fake-News - President Obama's 16-Year-Old Daughter Malia Confirmed Pregnant

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The Fake-News or Hoax: President Obama's 16-Year-Old Daughter Malia Confirmed Pregnant

 President Obama and Daughter Malia

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama's 16-Year-Old Daughter Malia Confirmed Pregnant

In what promises to be the biggest White House scandal since intern fellatio, President Barack Obama’s daughter, 16-year-old Malia, has confirmed that she is pregnant.

Sources say Malia is now in her second trimester. Mother and First Lady, Michelle Obama, says that although she will be a grandmother much younger than she planned, teen pregnancy runs in the family.

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