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President Donald Trump's eldest son—Donald Trump Jr.—raised eyebrows with a claim that he's not an elitist.

Junior, who oversees his father's business dealings while also campaigning for him, boasted on Instagram that he likes "fishing, hunting, red meat, trucks and guns."

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President Donald Trump's eldest child, Donald Trump Jr., has been vocal in defense of his father's pressure on Ukrainian officials to announce an investigation into the business dealings of former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter's business dealings in Ukraine.

Junior insists that Burisma Holdings, the energy company on which Hunter Biden is a board member, traded the board position for influence in the White House, giving Hunter Biden special treatment because of his last name.

Speaking of special treatment...

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US President Donald Trump makes remarks as Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Vice President Mike Pence listen at the Department of the Interior, on April 26, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mike Theiler-Pool/Getty Images)

Back in 2017, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—under guidance from Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke—decided to lift the 26 year ban on hunting grizzly bears in the continental USA. Despite placement on the Endangered Species Act listing in 1975, hunting remained active in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.

At the time they became officially endangered in the lower 48 states, 136 to 312 bears remained in the Yellowstone area.

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[DIGEST: NPR, National Geographic]

Last week, Senate Republicans approved a bill by a nearly party-line vote of 52-to-47 repealing hunting restrictions in Alaska set by President Barack Obama during his second term.

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