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Barron Trump Was Gifted A Horse By Mongolian Government And People Think It's Way Too 'Inappropriate'

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Barron Trump Was Gifted A Horse By Mongolian Government And People Think It's Way Too 'Inappropriate'

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Barron Trump was showered with one huge gift — a horse — instead of millions of small presents.

The White House

Donald Trump doesn’t know any resting day. The current President meets different high-profile people every now and again, and the leader of Mongolia had the honor to meet POTUS.

Donald Trump invited Khaltmaa Battulga for in-depth discussions focused on trade between countries. The White House’s administration stated they want to explore possible ways to help the East Asian nation diversify its trade flows.

A generous gift

On July 31, the Mongolian President gifted Barron Trump with a horse which he would like to name Victory. It did not happen face to face, though, but Donald Trump thanked Khaltmaa Battulga for the present and called a photo of the animal “beautiful” alongside praising the fighting spirit of Mongolians.

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The horse is unlikely to make the extended trip to the USA, a senior administration official told reporters. However, Mongolian officials are looking forward to giving a name to the animal.

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People think it’s not appropriate to receive such presents

@Edward McCool:

I thought gifts to the president and the family were to the people of the US. When can we bring kids over to ride it. Asking for some kids.

@Candace Escobar:

Isn’t it against the law for him to receive gifts from heads of state while he’s in office

@Darla Contreras:

If its a gift to Barron why doesn’t he get to name it? And isn’t there something about gifts to presidents and their families actually being our property? Does Donny have to pay us fair market value?

@RuKa Vansk:

and where does this so-called horse who resides in Mongolia fall into the limitations of the emoluments clause…..regular government workers must report anything over $357.00…asking for a friend…..he wouldn’t even let the little guy get a dog….hmmm

What do you think about this situation? Cute or not appropriate?

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