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Food Trump showed an inordinate interest in badgers, according to new guide

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Food Trump showed an inordinate interest in badgers, according to new guide


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In the new book, Sinking in the Swamp: How Trump’s Minions and Misfits Poisoned Washington, by Lachlan Markay and Asawin Suebsaeng, it can be disclosed that Trump appeared to have an fascination in badgers:

Immediately after Trump was reminded that the small-legged omnivore was nearly synonymous with the Badger State, he’d make a issue of bringing it up at seemingly random situations to his beleaguered main of employees [Reince Priebus, a Wisconsin indigenous].

“Are they mean to folks?” Trump at least two times asked Priebus in the opening months of his presidency. “Or are they pleasant creatures?” The president would also ask if Priebus experienced any photographs of badgers he could exhibit him, and if Priebus could diligently make clear to him how badgers “do the job” particularly.

He wanted Reince —–resident White Home badger historian, evidently — to reveal to him Wisconsin’s obsession with the animal, how the minimal critters function and behave, what type of food stuff they like, and how intense or deadly they could be when presented with perceived existential threats.

Trump also desired to know if the badger experienced a “identity” or if it was boring. What type of harm could a badger to do a person with its flashy, sharp claws?

An naturally enthralled president would stare at Priebus as the aide struggled for adequately placating solutions, all the although striving to gently veer the dialogue back to whether we had been likely to do a troop surge in Afghanistan or strip hundreds of thousands of People of health care protection.

[through Business Insider]

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