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How the Royal Australian and New Zealand Equestrian Team is a Wildcard in a Trump Presidency

The Royal Australian & New Zealand equestrians are in a unique position in American politics.

The animals, who are also trained as military personnel, have been used in several wars and are used in an unprecedented array of operations including counterterrorism.

However, their use in combat has been controversial.

“They have been an important part of our operations, particularly in the war on terror, and we have been concerned about their potential for being used in a political climate where they are seen as an impediment to peace and security,” a spokesperson for the Royal Australasian &amp.

New Zealand Association of Equine Officers told Breitbart News.

The group is lobbying against President Donald Trump’s decision to ban the equestria, citing concerns about their use by foreign militaries and the possibility of them being used against Australians in a military conflict. “

The public has the right to know what is going on in our country’s military and we are committed to transparency in our operations.”

The group is lobbying against President Donald Trump’s decision to ban the equestria, citing concerns about their use by foreign militaries and the possibility of them being used against Australians in a military conflict.

“We are concerned that the President’s recent ban will lead to the equine teams being used as a recruitment tool for the US Military,” the spokesperson said.

“If a military unit uses the equities of a US military personnel to recruit Australian and Kiwi troops, they will not be able to be considered a ‘soldier of the United States of America’.” “We feel this is an unjustified and dangerous ban and would urge President Trump to reconsider this policy,” the group said in a statement to Breitbart News earlier this year.

The Royal Australasesian & amp.

New Zealand Association of Sportsmen &amp.; Horsemen has already spoken out against the US military’s use of equities.

The group has spoken out in favour of the use of military horses in the UK, and Australia has also used military horses to train local police and security forces.

“While we don’t advocate for their use on a large scale in the military, it is clear that these horses have been deployed by the US Marine Corps in Iraq and Afghanistan and have become a highly popular training tool for Australian police and military,” a statement from the group reads.

Our members have been training for years to use their skills to protect the country and its wildlife. “

In addition to being trained by the military to fight, these equests also help protect the environment.

Our members have been training for years to use their skills to protect the country and its wildlife.

We have no doubt that the use by the President of equestry animals as a recruiting tool for military personnel will cause considerable concern amongst members and the public.”

A spokesperson for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who has spoken against equestrie, did not respond to a request for comment about the use in the United Kingdom.

A spokesperson with the Royal Society of Veterinary Surgeons said the use was a matter for the police.

This is not an issue for the government, the police or the police forces.”