Conservationists look to Donald Trump Jr. as their champion in new White House

| January 13, 2017

Conservationists look to Donald Trump Jr. as their champion in new White House

During the campaign, Trump Jr. served as a powerful surrogate for his father with hunters and anglers, visiting shooting ranges, gun shops and outdoors outfitters in states such as Ohio, Maine and North Carolina. Last January, when he and his brother Eric took reporters along as they shot pheasant in the Iowa countryside, Trump Jr. compared their father’s support for conservation to that of President Theodore Roosevelt’s.

View full story
Originally posted at http://www.nraila.org/

Category: National Firearm News

Comments are closed.