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The eldest daughter of former president of the United States of America (USA), Malia Obama was recently photographed as she was walking towards her internship at the Weinstein Company in New York

Many social media users took notice of her seemingly questionable outfit which was a dress that apparently exposed too much of her legs.

Malia was seen wearing an above-the-knee denim dress and paired it with a pair of black Chuck Taylors, plus a brown leather backpack.

Her outfit immediately went viral and many questioned her alleged poor taste in clothing while, others compared her clothing preferences with the children of the current president, Donald Trump.

However, there were some who thought that some people were being unfair to the 18-year-old girl. They defended Malia and said that it wasn’t her choice to become a public figure and people should just let her do what she wants to do.

The person said: “Leave the girl alone…they have been under the microscope for 8 years…let her be herself. I think that people are putting a lot of stress on an 18 year old. Was it a poor choice of apparel. Absolutely. But she didn’t choose this life. She just wants to be alone and make her own mistakes.”

But a closer inspection and other pictures reveal the young woman is simply wearing an over-sized puffy coat over a baby doll dress. Courtesy: Cooking Panda

Malia is currently wrapping up her gap year after which she will be starting her freshman year at Harvard University.

Although, before heading straight to college, she will make a pit stop to Washington, D.C. to stay with her family for a bit.

Daily Mail once reported that the former president’s eldest daughter became a hot topic when she was seen taking part of a protest that was against President Donald Trump’s revival of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Originally posted 2017-10-25 07:28:00.

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