Donald Trump Unveils Updated Air Force One Paint Scheme

President Donald Trump unveiled a new paint scheme for Air Force One, replacing the existing white, blue, and gold paint scheme with a red, white, and blue design.

The plane will continue as a Boeing 747 and will be completed by 2024, after Trump’s presidency.

“It’s a 747, but you know, it’s a much bigger plane,” Trump said in an interview with ABC News host George Stephanopoulos. “It’s a much bigger wing span.”

Trump discussed the project with Stephanopoulos and showed him some of the proposed designs.

“I’m doing that for other presidents, not for me,” he said.

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President Donald Trump unveils new paint scheme for Air Force One (Screenshot)

“Everyone wants to know, is there a pod or not?” Stephanopoulos asked. “Seen the movie ‘Air Force One’? … The famous pod that flies out of the back?”

“There are a couple of secrets, I don’t think we’re supposed to be talking about it,” Trump said.


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