Noem preserves the passage of the book which describes the killing of dogs and goats


Vice presidential contender South Dakota Gov. Christy Nome has defended the actions described in her upcoming book as killing a dog and a goat on her family farm.

According to one part, it is Retrieved by The GuardianNome kills her dog Cricket because the dog is “untrainable”, “dangerous to anyone she comes in contact with” and “worthless as a hunting dog”.

“I hated that dog,” Noam writes, according to the Guardian.

At the top, Noem writes that he treated the dog “like a trained killer” with an electronic collar, but ultimately decided to shoot her in a gravel pit after an incident. The dog attacked a local family's chickens and bit her.

According to The Guardian, Noem writes, “It was not a pleasant job, but it had to be done. After it was over, I realized that another unpleasant job had to be done.

Next, the Guardian quotes parts of the book in which Noem shoots a goat in the same manner. Noem describes the goat as “nasty and nasty” and has a “disgusting, musky, maddened” smell. The goat has a habit of chasing and knocking down her kids, Noam adds.

Aiming to distinguish himself from typical politicians, Noam writes, “If I were a great politician, I wouldn't be telling the story here.”

Noem, who posted a picture of the Guardian article, said his actions on a farm were not unusual.

“We love animals, but tough decisions like this happen all the time on the farm. Sadly, 3 horses that have been in our family for 25 years had to be put down a few weeks ago. If you want real, honest and politically incorrect news that shocks the media, 'No Going Back,' Order in advance. Something posted On X, he shared a link to his book.

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An ardent Trump supporter, Noem is one of several politicians Trump has endorsed.

Earlier in April, Nom CNN's Dana Bash told He said he would support Trump even if he was found guilty in the New York hush money probe.

Noem would not say whether he would have endorsed former Vice President Mike Pence for the 2020 election had he been in the same position, amid continued speculation about his potential as Trump's vice president.

She tied For the first choice in the February poll At the Conservative Political Action Conference in February, participants were asked who they would like Trump to pick as his running mate. In the straw poll Noam and former presidential candidate Vivek Ramasamy got 15% each.

During the convention, the South Dakota governor took a crack at those who entered the 2024 Republican primary against Trump, suggesting they were “for personal gain” and “getting attention for a certain period of time.”

“Donald J. I was one of the first people to support Trump for president. Last year, when everyone asked me if I would run for president, I said no. Why run for president if you can't win? Someone said.

CNN's Shania Shelton contributed to this report.

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