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The Trump family is expanding rapidly.

The Donald's son, Donald Trump Jr., and wife Vanessa Trump are expecting their fourth child together, according to the expectant dad himself.

"Well, Vanessa & I have some good news we are expecting baby num 4 in the fall!!!" Trump Jr. tweeted last night. "Kai, Donnie, & Tristan can't wait!"

Donald Trump Jr., Wife

The couple, who got married back in 2005, are already parents to daughter Kai, nearly 5, son Donald III, 3, and Tristan Milos Trump, six months.

When baby Tristan was born last year, Donald Sr. said, "I am delighted that Don and Vanessa have a beautiful new member of their growing family."

The news is a welcome respite for Don Jr., who's been in the news recently for some brutal hunting pics. Congratulations on the new arrival!

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Donald Trump's sons, Eric and Donald Jr., are facing more scrutiny for their African expedition and the shocking hunting photos from it that recently came to light.

They are now subject of an investigation led by conservationists in Zimbabwe.

Eric and Donald Trump Jr., who stars on Celebrity Apprentice alongside his father, sparked outrage among animal lovers on Twitter earlier this month after photos surfaced of the two posing with animals they killed during a 2011 safari:

Trump Jr. defended their actions, saying that they obeyed all laws and local customs, and tweeting, "I'm a hunter, for that I make no apologies."

Well, the independent Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force says the South African safari company the sons used was not registered in Zimbabwe.

The task force says the Trumps killed an elephant, a buffalo and a crocodile, among other animals, and is investigating whether license and trophy fees were paid.

Legal or not, public opinion is been decidedly anti-Trump, especially given the graphic nature of the pics. What do you think of the Trumps' hunting pics?

 

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Donald Trump's sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., have been criticized over a series of hunting photos showing them with fresh kills in Zimbabwe last year.

They've done nothing illegal, but in one of the more controversial shots, Donald Jr. is seen grinning broadly while holding the severed tail of an elephant.

He has predictably been eviscerated by PETA in press releases, but defended his actions on Twitter, saying that he was simply taking part in a local custom.

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Trump Jr. has not apologized, and has been actively defending his actions to his 120,000 followers, along with getting into a few spats with readers.

In one Twitter update, Trump Jr. writes, "I don't apologize to cater to public opinion when I did nothing wrong. To do so would be to sell myself out."

Responding to criticism from PETA, the executive V.P. of the Trump organization wrote, "yea ok peta, not exactly known for credible and unbiased info."

In a joint statement released by the brothers, they again defended the images, noting that all meat killed during the hunt was donated to local villagers:

"We are both avid outdoorsmen. Brought up hunting and fishing with our grandfather, he taught us that nothing should ever be taken for granted or wasted."

"We have the utmost respect for nature and have always hunted strictly in accordance with local laws, customs and regulations."

What do you think of their actions?

 

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If Donald Trump's adult sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., are under fire for recent photos that have surfaced of their big game hunt in Africa last year.

Watch the montage of pics in the video below and it's clear why.

Eric and Donald Jr., both of whom are featured on Trump's NBC reality show Celebrity Apprentice, went on a big game hunting adventure in Zimbabwe a year ago.

But thanks to a wildlife enthusiast's recent video of photos from that trip, featured on the website Hunting Legends, they're now getting some attention:

Photos show the Trump sons posing with their trophy kills, including an elephant - with Don Jr. holding its severed tail - kudu, waterbuck, buffalo and others.

Donald Trump, who says he personally doesn't believe in hunting, said:

"My sons love hunting. They're both hunters and they've become good at it. I know that anything they did was 100% OK in terms of the hunting community."

Jack Carone of the group In Defense of Animals was less supportive.

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