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Donald Trump Jr. likens himself to 'Salt Bae'

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Donald Trump Jr. likens himself to 'Salt Bae'A picture of Donald Trump Jr. in a red flannel shirt, sitting awkwardly on a tree stump as he gazes pensively into the distance caught attention of meme-makers.
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Since the real estate tycoon and reality star became president and ceded control of his business empire to his oldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. said he has had virtually no contact with his father. The younger Trump said in a speech at a GOP fundraiser in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday, "I basically have...

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