Mongolian officials retroactively granted Trump Jr. permit after he killed endangered sheep: report

Source: The Hill | December 11, 2019 | John Bowden

The president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., reportedly shot and killed an endangered sheep in Mongolia before receiving a permit from the Mongolian government.

A ProPublica report published Wednesday found that Trump Jr.’s recent hunting trip to Mongolia in August resulted in the president’s son shooting and killing an argali, which are listed as endangered and require a permit to be hunted legally.

Trump Jr. was not offered a permit for shooting the animal until after he left the region, according to ProPublica, raising questions about whether the president’s son received special treatment.


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  •  ConservativeGranny #34113

    Well of course he did. I guess there is nothing wrong with that either. Not only can the President shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and it is not a crime so it goes for the son of the President shooting an endangered species. Some people are above the law you know. Like us nobodies.

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