When the snake lands in Arizona, Trump says he’ll fight it
President Donald Trump on Thursday said that he has no plans to stop flying in the serpentine Belt as a precaution against the snake, a deadly snake species found throughout the U.S.A. that is believed to have killed one of his campaign staffers and has been blamed for at least two deaths.
Trump said he plans to fly from New York to Phoenix on Friday and to Phoenix to Las Vegas on Saturday.
He said he would make another stop in South Florida on Sunday.
In a press conference Thursday, the president said the snake is “dangerous” and “dangerously aggressive” but that he doesn’t have the time or inclination to travel the snake-infested serpentine.
The president said he was in Arizona Thursday for a rally and would fly to the desert Saturday.
The snake, which the president has said is native to the U, was found in a trailer in the middle of the desert and has killed two people.
The president said his team had no idea the snake was there.
“There’s a lot of snakes in the country,” Trump said.
“I don’t know how many, but it’s a hell of a lot.
I mean, it’s probably hundreds of snakes.”
A spokesman for the snake control organization, the Snake Control Association, told The Hill on Thursday that the snake had been killed by a local resident and that the person who brought it to the group’s control was not affiliated with the snake.
“Unfortunately, this is not the first snake that has caused this problem in the area, but we have had this snake in the desert for the last week,” said Steve Frucht, a spokesman for Snake Control.
“The local resident brought it in.
That’s how we know it was a snake.”
In a statement to The Hill, the group said, “We have seen the snakes on multiple occasions throughout the year, and this particular snake was one of our most common.
We have had a number of snakes, including the rattlesnake, in the city of Phoenix and other areas in the state.”
The Snake Control Institute, a snake control advocacy group, has previously reported several deaths linked to the snake in Arizona.
In 2012, a man was found dead inside his house after he was bitten by a snake.
A 2015 report from the U;s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that there were more than 200 deaths linked with snakes in Arizona in 2017, compared with more than 100 in 2015.
A 2015 study by the Arizona Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services found that nearly half of all reported snake bites in Arizona were caused by snakes.
In the press conference, Trump also took a jab at the press corps for asking him about his plan to build a wall along the U-58 that runs through his border.
Trump said that the border wall was “never discussed.”
“It was never a subject of discussion, and that’s what I said,” he said.
“I’m going to get the wall built.
We’ve had it.
We’re going to build it.”
Trump also said that “this wall will be a helluva lot cheaper than the wall we have now.”