Donald J. Trump campaigned in places he knew Republicans have had difficulty winning—Flint, Michigan, charter schools in inner-city Cleveland, and Hispanic churches in Florida—because he wanted to bring his message of economic empowerment to all Americans. Millions of new Republicans trusted Mr. Trump with their vote because of his focus on delivering prosperity through better trade deals, and as a result there were healthy margins of victory in newly red areas. It is clear that President Trump’s win is one that brought Americans of all backgrounds together, and he is ready to deliver results for the nation on day one and every day of his tenure.
Perhaps the most important action of Obama's first 100 days was the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to address the Great Recession . After much debate, ARRA was passed by both the House and Senate on February 13, 2009. Originally intended to be a bipartisan bill, Congressional passage of the bill relied largely on Democratic votes, though three Republican Senators did vote for it.  The lack of Republican support for the bill, and the inability of Democrats to win that support, foreshadowed the gridlock and partisanship that continued throughout Obama's presidency.    The $787 billion bill combined tax breaks with spending on infrastructure projects, extension of welfare benefits, and education.  
Barack Obama's half-brother, also known as Abongo or Roy, was born c. March 1958,  the son of Barack Obama Sr. and his first wife, Kezia.  Malik Obama was born and raised in Nairobi , Kenya.  He earned a degree in accounting from the University of Nairobi .  The half brothers met for the first time in 1985  when Barack flew from Chicago to Washington, ., to visit Malik.  Malik and his half-brother Barack were best men at each other's weddings.  Barack Obama brought his wife Michelle to Kenya three years later, and they met with Malik again while meeting many other relatives for the first time.