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President Trump reportedly wants a ‘more American’-looking Air Force One

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Trump reportedly wants the air force to A more patriotic

Chairman, allegedly, the application of a more patriotic paint job on the Boeing 747, together with a larger and more comfortable beds.

President Trump is, allegedly, in the hope to the high skies, great weather with a new and improved patriotic paint for Air Force One “that looks more American” in addition to the requests of a larger, more comfortable beds on board.

Axios reported this week that the POTUS has a couple of specific wishes for the linking of the Boeing 747 that is currently in the works for the replacement of the presidential jets in use now. Citing an unnamed source, the outlet recalls that He personally negotiated the $4 billion dollar deal in the Oval Office with the Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg in February for the new aircraft.

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All wish lists in addition to the outlet notes that Trump can only come to enjoy a ride aboard the dream jet if he makes it to a second term.

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The president reportedly wants the jets to be outfitted in a color scheme that “more American” and replace the iconic robin’s egg blue proclaimed a “Jackie Kennedy color.” Technically referred to as the “light ultramarine”, the aircraft of the present design was selected by President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jackie Kennedy in the 1960s, Axios reports.

Trump’s favorite color scheme would contain the colors red, white and blue. In addition, the commander in chief is said to want a bigger, more comfortable beds, as well as his personal Boeing 757, in favor of what Axios is described as the current “bank-like sleep configuration” on board Air Force One.

Wishlists next to the outlet notes that Trump can only come to enjoy a ride aboard the dream jet if he makes it to a second term, to announce that the new couple of the 747 are “very unlikely” to be ready for Jan. 20, 2021.

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