Donald Trump Jr. hunts down goats in Turkey
Son of president-elect reportedly killed two goats during his stay; previously he has hunted elephant and leopard
Donald Trump Jr., the son of the president-elect, took some time to clear his head following the chaos of the election by going goat hunting in Turkey.
According to the Daily Sabah, a Turkish daily, Trump Jr. stayed in the southern Turkish region of Antalya for a goat hunt, where he camped out in the mountains.
The Daily Sabah reported that he hunted two goats during his trip, before leaving for Germany with his entourage.
Trump Jr. is an avid hunter, and has been previously criticized by animal rights groups for hunting rare species.
In one previously published photo, Trump Jr. can be seen standing next to a dead elephant holding a knife in one hand and the elephant’s trunk in his other hand.
Trump Jr.’s brother Eric also enjoys hunting, with a photo showing the two of them holding a dead leopard.
Trump Jr. told a hunting website that he learned how to hunt in Czechoslovakia, where his mother’s family lives, and most enjoys hunting with a bow, according to the Daily Sabah.