Attacked: The Donald gets 'Trumped' by a bald eagle

2015-12-10 08:43

New York - Time Magazine has released a video of Donald Trump during a photo shoot for their annual People of the Year issue. The video shows the presidential candidate being attacked by a bald eagle.

As more controversy erupts over Trump’s comments over the ban of Muslims in the US, Time Magazine timeously released the video with the head-line “Watch Donald Trump dodge a bald eagle”.

According to Buzzfeed, photographer Martin Schoeller decided to have Trump pose with the Eagle as he was a major contender for the 2015 Person of the Year award. This year’s winner was German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

The eagle, at first is placed on Trump’s arm but attacks the mogul and goes straight for his famous hair.

Trump at one point asks the handler if his hair is “alright”.

The 27-year old male eagle, with the name Uncle Sam, is then placed on Trumps desk and attacks Trump again when he reaches for some Asprin.


Read more on:    donald trump  |  us  |  us 2016 elections

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