Thursday, December 1, 2016

A U.S. Back-Door To Turkey?

Donald Trump Jr. with his father. Reuters

The Hill: Trump’s son goes hunting in Turkey amid signs of amity

President-elect Donald Trump’s eldest son went hunting in Turkey this week, as the next president appears to be making inroads with the government in Ankara.

Donald Trump Jr., 38, went hunting near the resort city of Antalya along Turkey’s southern coast, the Dogan News Agency reported on Wednesday.

He was reportedly accompanied by several guides and shot two wild goats before leaving the country for Germany on Tuesday morning.

Trump Jr. is an avid game hunter who, along with his younger brother Eric, was the target of criticism during the election for posing in pictures next to a dead elephant and buffalo.

The new hunting trip comes as the government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan may be sensing an opening with the incoming Trump administration.

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Update: Trump’s son goes wild deer hunting in Turkish resort Antalya (Hurriyet Daily News)

WNU Editor: I am sure that he mixed pleasure and doing business/politics for his dad.

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