Scott Brown: Obama’s Uncle Should Be Deported

Wednesday, 07 Sep 2011 02:21 PM

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The embarrassment for President Barack Obama from last week’s arrest of his uncle Onyango Obama continues. Uncle Omar, who is in the country illegally, should be deported after the arrest for drunk driving, says Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., The Hill reports.

"He's here illegally. He's obviously broken the law. I don't know enough about the details of the case, but, he's been running around for how long now?" Brown said in an interview on the Howie Carr Show. "Let him go through the process and see what happens. . . . In a fair world," the uncle would be deported, Brown said.

The White House said last week that the president didn’t know his uncle was in the country illegally and wouldn’t intervene for him.

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