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Trump calls horse, which was a gift from Mongolia "Victory"



President Trump Donald John TrumpHouse Board of Supervisors Calls for Documents from CBP Facebook Groups Young Turks presenter Marianne Williamson has proved why she "deserves" to be on the debate stage The White House calls MORE [constructive] trade talks with China MORE On Wednesday, he said he had committed himself to a name for a horse given to his son Barron as a gift from the Mongolian government: Victory.

The President shared the name for the horse, which had been symbolically given to his 1

3-year-old son. The old son, when Mongolian President Battulga Khaltmaa arrived for a meeting in the White House.

The horse is unlikely to travel to the US, Reuters Animal reported as a symbol of the country from the time of Genghis Khan. It has become a standard gift to offer something to foreign dignitaries. Former Vice President Joe Biden Joe BidenO'Rourke predicts that Democrats & # 39; Texas & # 39; Getting rid of Trump in 2020 can roast CNN over debate production, format: & # 39; A bad service for serious people & # 39; The Hill's Morning Report – Progressive, Centrists Clash in Lively Democratic Debate MORE and former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Chuck Hagel Charles (Chuck) Timothy HagelTrump's election as Pentagon chief brings with him allies Election of Capitol Hill Trump to scrutinize the "revolving door" between Pentagon, Industry Overnight Defense: Senators plan 22 resolutions to block the sale of Saudi weapons | Trump defends transgender military plan | Trump, lawmakers preparing for the D-Day anniversary MORE got the little horses for free.

Trump and Khaltmaa should discuss the deal at the Wednesday meeting. Mongolia is bordered by Russia and China, and most of its trade flows through Russia.

A senior administration official said the US is looking for ways to diversify trade flows in Mongolia. The country's main exports include cashmere, minerals and other rare earths.

On Wednesday, for the first time since 2011, a Mongolian president visited the White House.


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