How the strange case of Obama’s Uncle Omar complicates immigration reform


Peter Weber
The Week
December 6, 2013

Most presidents have politically troublesome relatives: Jimmy Carter had colorful brother Billy, Bill Clinton had brother Roger, and the George Bushes had son/brother Neil, who was involved in both the savings-and-loan scandal of the 1980s and Asian “sex romps” that emerged in a messy 2003 divorce.

Obama has a passel of half-siblings, but his requisite nettlesome relative may turn out to be an uncle, Onyango (Omar) Obama.

In August 2011, Uncle Omar was pulled over in Framingham, Mass., for driving under the influence. His arrest revealed both several outstanding orders for his deportation and his relationship to the president. Shortly after the arrest, Uncle Omar reportedly told the police, “I think I will call the White House.” In November 2011, just as the 2012 election was kicking into gear, the White House told The Boston Globe there was no record of Obama ever having met Uncle Omar.

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