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Trump's son gets permit allowing him to hunt Alaska grizzly bear

Reuters Saturday, 22 February 2020
Donald Trump Jr. has been granted the right to hunt a grizzly bear in northwestern Alaska near the Bering Sea town of Nome, a state official said on Friday.
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