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The President of the United States Donald trump repeatedly raised questions about badgers former head of the White house Rains Pribus (Reince Priebus) during briefings. This became known after the publication of the two reporters, the Daily Beast Lachlan Markay (Lachlan Markay) and Asawin of Salting (Asawin Suebsaeng) Sinking in the Swamp (“Drowning in the marsh”). Correspondents worked in the presidential administration at the time, writes Business Insider.
The publication notes that trump was interested in his first chief of staff of badgers, probably due to the fact that Primus originally from Wisconsin — the state known as the “state badgers” and uses the animal as one of the characters. Journalists also claim that in the first months of the Board President at least twice asked Primus about how badgers behave with people.
The President also asked questions about how to “work” badgers, how aggressive and dangerous they can be, whether they are boring or “character”.
Pribus became the first head of the White house if trump. He held the position for about six months and left the post in late July 2017. Shortly before this Pribus publicly swore and promised soon to retire Director of the White house communications Anthony of Scaramucci. The scandal was caused by suspected leakage of information.
To win trump in the presidential election in 2016, Priebus headed the national Committee of the Republican party, which nominated the current President.
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