Donald Trump Jr. Gets A Concealed Carry Permit In Pennsylvania

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Jena Greene Reporter
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The March For Our Lives rally just happened over the weekend, but Donald Trump Jr. is locking down his Second Amendment rights now more than ever.

Sources close to the newly single Trump Jr. say he applied for a concealed weapon permit in Lackawanna County, PA, just before separating from his wife, Vanessa. Page Six reports he was issued the permit just days before news broke that Vanessa Trump had filed for divorce.

The permit lasts for five years and is valid in many other states, excluding New York, where one of Trump’s primary residences is.

Trump Jr. is a longtime hunter and reportedly remains one of the President’s most trusted advisers when it comes to gun laws. Sources close to the Trumps say the first son has routinely lobbied his father to stay faithful to the Second Amendment.

Page Six also reports that Donald Trump Jr. and his younger brother, Eric, recently purchased a 171-acre farm in Wingdale, NY, to use as a hunting retreat. Locals who live near the property have said the area “sounds like a war zone” when the Trumps are in town. Which seems absolutely incredible.

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