Karma came calling for a (suspected) poacher, whose body was found in Kruger National Park, mauled to death and eaten by a pack of lions.
Trump announced on Twitter that he would halt his decision to lift a ban on big-game hunting trophies, almost a day after his administration announced that trophy hunters were allowed to kill elephants in countries such as Zambia and Zimbabwe and bring home tusks or any other body parts as prizes.
Elephant and lion trophies can be imported from Africa again, in a reversal of an Obama-era policy that prohibited the importation of endangered animals.
Trump was treated to a state dinner in Vietnam prominently featuring fish dishes, including a seafood soup containing shark fin—an expensive local delicacy responsible for driving sharks to extinction.
Abandoning animals to the mercy of a category 5 hurricane or any disaster, not only endangers the animal, it puts the lives of first responders at risk and taxes the resources of government agencies and private shelters scrambling to deal with the crisis.