President Trump is considering his longtime personal pilot, the Federal Aviation Administration.
President Trump is considering his longtime personal pilot John Dunkin, as a possible candidate for the leadership of the Federal Aviation Administration, a government source confirmed to Fox News.
Axios first reported that Dunkin, who flew then-candidate Trump “trump power” during the presidential campaign, was in the mix.
The government source said, Fox News, Dunkin has been “under consideration for some time.”
The Agency is currently led by acting Administrator Dan Elwell.
Dunkin is not the only candidate in the race. Axios reports that Missouri Republican Rep. Sam Graves and Elwell are also considered potential candidates for the full-time post.
During the consideration of Dunkin could, eyebrow, an administration official stressed, Axios, he is more than a pilot, that you “managed airline and corporate flight departments, certified, airlines, start-up, under the FAA regulations” and monitored the trump-campaign-fleet.
Fox News’ John Roberts contributed to this report.