President-elect Donald Trump is expected to meet to discuss with the head of Boeing on Tuesday to update the contract, the next Air Force One, The Seattle Times reported, citing a person familiar with the plans.
Last month, Boeing’s Dennis Muilenburg met with Trump and told him that his company can build, a new Air Force One for less than originally specified. Trump made headlines, the company is blasting on Twitter for alleged cost overruns, and called on the government to terminate the contract.
The paper reported that it is unclear what the two are discussing about the meeting. Muilenburg strike appeared an agreeable sound with the future President, and said he made a “personal commitment on behalf of the Boeing company.”
Since the beginning of December, Trump browbeating Boeing and Lockheed Martin of the cost of the next Air Force One and the F-35 and was
“I don’t need $4.2 billion in aircraft to fly in” Trump on Fox News Sunday said, “” earlier this month, refers to Air Force One.