How Donald Trump would like to take advantage of his emergency landing
Of course, Donald Trump didn’t have to ask his friends to board their planes when he lived in the White House; the official presidential aircraft, Air Force One (seen here), served very well. But now that he’s a private citizen again, Trump appears to have signed a campaign to run his own plane.
Initiated obtained an email sent by the Trump Save America PAC (Political Action Committee) just four days after the former president’s plane fiasco. The email begins with “Do you want to see President Trump’s new plane?” The attached link leads to a donation page which explains that “Trump’s team is building an ALL NEW Trump Force One…and [he] I can’t wait to unveil it for everyone to see.” It’s apparently a replacement for an old “Trump Force One” personal jet he bought and refurbished for his first campaign. Readers were sworn to secrecy in the e-mail about this new plane because it seems that “fake media” had not yet heard of it, before being asked to contribute to the cost of construction of the plane Suggested monthly donations range from $5 to $2,500.
Naturally, the timing of this email did not go unnoticed on Twitter. A commentator noted‘So Trump’s plane makes an emergency landing after engine failure… then *coincidentally* a fundraising email is sent seeking money to build his super-secret ‘ Trump Force One’.”