The president's son apparently hunted with a major GOP donor and bagged a rare sheep.
Donald Trump Jr. Went To Mongolia, Got Special Treatment From The Government And Killed An Endangered Sheep
During a summer 2019 hunting trip, Donald Trump Jr. killed a rare argali sheep. The Mongolian government issued him a hunting permit retroactively and he met with the country’s president.
The deaths occurred in a remote part of Mongolia, where locals believe eating raw rodent kidney is good for their health.
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We should also take a look at the recent relationship with neighboring Mongolia. According to Chinese media, Mongolia had
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Pyonyang in Ulaanbaatar: Exploring a Restaurant Run by the North Korean Government, in Mongolia's Capital
The restaurants are large moneymakers for the North Korean government, and provide hard foreign cash currency that is otherwise
Their wrestler was denied a bronze medal for "fleeing" his opponent, believing the match was over and that he had won.
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