Donald Trump Jr. goes hunting for privacy

September 29, 2017

Donald Trump, Jr., an avid camper and hunter, took off alone –- as in, without his Secret Service detail –- to the Yukon to hunt moose with a bow and arrow. A determined New York Times reporter tracked him down. Lo and behold, it turns out he was really hiding out in an underground lair at the North Pole, far beneath the ice, passing top-level state secrets to Russian agents wearing monocles and petting white Persian cats.

Okay, I made that last part up. (You knew that, didn’t you?) He really was bow-hunting. But GQ writer Jack Moore is very concerned about those hypothetical Russian spies. Here’s what he wrote: “It’s not the best look for a major advisor to and son of the President who is the subject of a serious investigation into possible international espionage to get rid of the government agents who are around him all the time, for a couple of weeks during that investigation.”

Sheesh. Yes, the President’s son might want to be more careful about his personal security, even in a remote place with more moose than people. But it’s this kind of thing that probably made him want to get away from it all in the first place.

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Comments 6-8 of 8

  • Anamaria A. Thomas

    10/04/2017 10:49 AM

    and if he would have taken security guards, they would have talked about the cost and how outrageous that would be and affect the debt & budget!

  • LORI ANN REGO

    10/04/2017 10:17 AM

    GOV HUCKABEE I AGREE WITH YOU ABOUT DONALD JR. SHOULD BE CONCERNED TO HAVE SECURITY BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW WHO IS WATCHING HIM AND WOULD ATTACK . ESSPECIALLY DURING THE INVESTIGATION

  • Lawrence Puchalski

    09/29/2017 03:33 PM

    I too enjoy the escape of a hunt, a chance to reconnect with what's real and important in life. Those that do not participate in such activities and especially those that never have but condemn those of us who do cannot connect with the nature of life and cannot put the true value of life in it's perspective.

Donald Trump Jr. goes hunting for privacy

September 29, 2017

Donald Trump, Jr., an avid camper and hunter, took off alone –- as in, without his Secret Service detail –- to the Yukon to hunt moose with a bow and arrow. A determined New York Times reporter tracked him down. Lo and behold, it turns out he was really hiding out in an underground lair at the North Pole, far beneath the ice, passing top-level state secrets to Russian agents wearing monocles and petting white Persian cats.

Okay, I made that last part up. (You knew that, didn’t you?) He really was bow-hunting. But GQ writer Jack Moore is very concerned about those hypothetical Russian spies. Here’s what he wrote: “It’s not the best look for a major advisor to and son of the President who is the subject of a serious investigation into possible international espionage to get rid of the government agents who are around him all the time, for a couple of weeks during that investigation.”

Sheesh. Yes, the President’s son might want to be more careful about his personal security, even in a remote place with more moose than people. But it’s this kind of thing that probably made him want to get away from it all in the first place.

PLEASE LEAVE ME A COMMENT BELOW.  I READ THEM!

Comments 6-8 of 8

  • Anamaria A. Thomas

    10/04/2017 10:49 AM

    and if he would have taken security guards, they would have talked about the cost and how outrageous that would be and affect the debt & budget!

  • LORI ANN REGO

    10/04/2017 10:17 AM

    GOV HUCKABEE I AGREE WITH YOU ABOUT DONALD JR. SHOULD BE CONCERNED TO HAVE SECURITY BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW WHO IS WATCHING HIM AND WOULD ATTACK . ESSPECIALLY DURING THE INVESTIGATION

  • Lawrence Puchalski

    09/29/2017 03:33 PM

    I too enjoy the escape of a hunt, a chance to reconnect with what's real and important in life. Those that do not participate in such activities and especially those that never have but condemn those of us who do cannot connect with the nature of life and cannot put the true value of life in it's perspective.