Trump’s sons asked to help build Central Park panda pavilion

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New Yorkers hoping to bring two breedable pandas from China to Central Park have reached out to President Donald Trump’s older sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, for help. The idea is a stretch, though the president did rebuild Wollman Rink near the Central Park Zoo in the 1980s for half the cost the city was paying, after six years of delays. “What I’d say to Eric is, ‘You’d be doing for the panda project what your father did with the Wollman Rink. Can you build a panda facility that follows in the footsteps of your father?’” John Catsimatidis told the Post.

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