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  • sstail94 sstail94 Dec 8, 2012 5:58 PM Flag

    Mailia Obama spends 115k taxpayer dollars on spring break....


    She flew coach dub #$%$. Along with the agents. Not on a gov't plane. Nice try #$%$.

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    • Yes, Malia flew commercially, along with the Secret Service

      President Obama's Daughter Arrives in Oaxaca

      Published on Friday, 16 March 2012 22:35
      By Brendan Missett

      Malia Ann Obama, daughter of U.S. President Barack Obama, arrived on a commercial flight to Oaxaca for a private tour on the evening of Friday March 16th.

      Surrounded by a security team, Malia Obama arrived at the headquarters of the commercial airport in the capital to join a group of twelve young teenagers from a United Airlines commercial airliner departed from Houston, Texas.

      Official information states that President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama's oldest daughter, who is thirteen, has an escort of twenty-five agents composed of marines and members of the Secret Service. All will wear black suits and use radio communication.

      Private security escorted Malia Obama in three armored trucks to Hotel Camino Real, located in Oaxaca's Historic Central District.

      According to her leaked agenda, during the weekend Malia will visit the "El Arbol del Tule," the archaeological site of Monte Alban, and the towns of San Martin Tilcajete, the site of many local handicrafts, and San Bartolo Coyotepec, in addition to the main attractions in the city of Oaxaca.

      Malia's is one of two Obama children. Her sister, Sasha, is 10 years old.

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