Don Trump Jr. to Hunt Bear in Alaska

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The Alaska Department of Fish and Game was on Monday actively moving to quash any rumors of favoritism in the award of a grizzly bear hunting permit to Donald Trump Jr., the 42-year-old elder son of the President of the United States.

Trump Jr., an avid hunter, won the permit to hunt the Seward Peninsula in Northwest Alaska by entering a December drawing the results of which became available online Friday.

The random, computer-generated lottery has been the source of some controversy over the years with unsuccessful hunters, especially resident hunters, suspicious of state employees who draw permits or high-profile hunters who draw multiple permits.

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