Biden Scraps Trump's Redesign Of Air Force One


Rather than focusing on helping everyday Americans, Brandon is worried about taking shots at President Donald Trump.

Brandon is scrapping Trump’s plan for a paint redesign on Air Force One.

Axios reported:

President Brandon ditched former President Trump’s red, white and blue paint design for the next version of Air Force One after a review found the paint scheme could increase costs of construction, AP reports.

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Trump wanted to make Air Force One look “more American” by changing the design to a red, white, and blue design.

Yahoo reported:

Trump’s design utilized the colors of the American flag. The top half of the plane would be white, while dark blue would cover the bottom half, including the belly. A bold red stripe would streak from cockpit to tail across the midsection — almost identical to the color scheme on Trump’s personal plane, except that the white and blue were reversed.

The administration did not formally unveil a new design for the replacement aircraft, which are currently at a Boeing plant in San Antonio undergoing extensive modifications to prepare them to carry the president. They currently sport a simple white and blue paint job with U.S. Air Force markings as the work proceeds.

The Brandon Administration is pathetic!

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