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Duck Dynasty‘s Willie Robertson: ‘I’d Like to’ Go Hunting with Obama

President Obama better be working on his shot and have his Duck Commander ready, because Willie Robertson wants to take him out hunting sometime. On Monday, the Duck Dynasty star told Laura Ingraham on her radio show that the president is the Democratic politician he most wants to take shooting.

“I’d like to talk, and debate, and find out what’s going on in his brain a little more,” Robertson said. “That’s kind of my philosophy. I don’t shy away from people I disagree with — I want to know why they do what they do, and if you can move to change their thinking in some ways.”

While he has met the president a couple of times in the past, including at this year’s State of the Union, Robertson wanted to spend more time with him. “I’d like to get him out there with some camouflage and a gun, and we could sit out there and talk,” he continued.

Ingraham suggested Robertson reach out to the president and invite him down to Monroe, La. “That’s a great idea,” he replied.

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