Saudi royal family gifted Trump clothes made of cheetah and tiger fur, all turned out to be fake in investigation: Controversy after revelations

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Donald Trump went to Saudi Arabia on his first foreign tour after becoming the President of America, where he received a lot of gifts from the Royal Family there. These also include clothes that were made of tiger and cheetah fur. Along with this, a knife with a handle was also given, which looked like an elephant’s tooth. A White House lawyer called it the Anti-Animal Killing Act.Endangered Species Act‘ was violated.

However, Donald Trump did not disclose about these gifts received from abroad. The Trump administration gave these gifts to the ‘General Services Administration’, while it should have been given to the government agency dealing with wildlife. The agency confiscated these gifts this year. According to the news of the ‘New York Times’, it was found in the investigation that the fur of the cheetah and tiger in those clothes are fake.

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The Royal Family of Saudi Arabia, with billions of dollars, gifted Donald Trump clothes made of fake fur of cheetah and tiger. It is being told that in many foreign programs, officials appointed by Donald Trump carried the gifts with them and did not tell the government. The bottle of whiskey worth $ 5800 (Rs 4.37 lakh) was found by then Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, which has not yet been fathomed.

Interior Department spokesman Tyler Cherry said: “Wildlife inspectors and special agents found that the fur coats were dyed to mimic the patterns of the tiger and cheetah and did not include protected species. This has now become a matter of embarrassment for the Saudi Arabian government. Even some of the gifts kept for foreign leaders at the G-7 meeting are missing.

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