Alaskan ‘Dream Hunt’ With Donald Trump Jr.
New York Post
Safari Club International is auctioning off a “dream hunt” outing with Donald Trump Jr. and his son for $10,000, sparking outrage from an animal-rights group who said the club was selling a “sick thrill.”
The auction is for a seven-day hunting trip aboard a luxury yacht in Alaska with Don Jr., according to an advertisement flyer for the excursion.
The winning bidder will have the opportunity to shoot Sitka black-tailed deer and sea ducks with the president’s son and grandson, according to the advertisement.
“This year we will be featuring Donald Trump Jr., a man who needs no introduction, and who’s passion for the outdoors makes him the number one ambassador for our way of life. Don Jr. shares this heritage with his son and believes in handing down these lessons to young hunters,” a description for the auction states.
In 2012, Donald Trump Jr. drew backlash after photos of him and his brother Eric Trump surfaced that showed them posing with dead big-game animals in Africa.
The Trump brother were seen posing with a dead elephant, kudu, civet cat and waterbuck, Gothamist reported.
“Don is looking forward to his speech about hunting and the importance of conservation at the Safari Club convention and is also proud to add Brian Wilson to the long list of liberal Hollywood elites who he has successfully triggered.” Andy Surabian, a spokesman for Donald Trump Jr., said.