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Donald Trump's would-be vice president kills her 1-year-old dog

Donald Trump's would-be vice president kills her 1-year-old dog

Kristi Noem 'I hated animals': Trump's would-be running mate shoots her 1-year-old dog

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is considered a potential vice presidential candidate.

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Anger is also attention. And Kristi Noem certainly has that since she said in her autobiography that she hated her 14-month-old dog, Cricket, and shot her. Goats also had to be killed because of their “rancid” smell.

Is this how you win the hearts of voters? Uncertain. Kristi Noem, Donald Trump's promising vice presidential candidate, shot and killed her 14-month-old dog, Cricket. The reason: She hated it, like the governor of South Dakota in her country He is writing the upcoming autobiography, “No Going Back.”.

“Suddenly the cricket attacked the chicken.”

The German Wirehaired Pointer was clearly aggressive. “She was having a good time hunting,” Noem said, but on her way home she suddenly attacked the residents’ chickens. Cricket was “less than worth it,” so the Republican took his rifle and drove it into a gravel pit. “It wasn't a pretty job, but it had to be done.”

A few pages later she describes how the goats were treated in a similarly brutal manner. The animal was “mean”, destroyed children's clothes, and also smelled “disgusting and rotten”. She also had to die.

Potential vice presidential nominee Donald Trump is sure to be upset

It is not entirely clear what the aspiring politician's purpose is in mentioning such tales. Maybe she just finds it entertaining, or maybe she's trying to sell herself as an energetic person, someone who's not afraid of dirty jobs.

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Will the account work? As I said, not certain. But she's already sure angry. Anger is caring. Donald Trump, your would-be president, has proven for many years that this can be converted excellently into votes.

Sioux keeps the governor from the house

The 52-year-old belongs to the ultra-conservative Tea Party and enjoys the role of agitator. Like Trump supporters, she claims the last presidential election was “stolen.” She actually had a bad time with the Sioux tribe in her home state, so much so that they banned her from their settlements.

sources: “Watchman,” “New York Post