1. Barack Obama’s daughter Malia Obama set to work with top Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein

Barack Obama’s daughter Malia Obama set to work with top Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein

Malia Obama, who earlier interned on the HBO show 'Girls,' is set to work with the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

By: | Washington D.c. | Updated: January 20, 2017 9:39 PM
It’s still unclear, which department Malia will work in, speculation is that it may in marketing or development. (Reuters) It’s still unclear, which department Malia will work in, speculation is that it may in marketing or development. (Reuters)

Malia Obama, who earlier interned on the HBO show ‘Girls,’ is set to work with the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. As reported by US Magazine the eldest daughter of Barack Obama has scored an internship with the super producer of Hollywood producer. The 18-year-old is set to start work in the New York office of The Weinstein Co. next month, after Malia and her family take a post-White House vacation in Palm Springs.

Though it’s still unclear, which department Malia will work in, speculation is that it may in marketing or development.

Weinstein has held several fundraisers for President Obama in the past and worked on Hillary Clinton’s recent presidential campaign.

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