Trump Force One will be once again in the air very soon!
President Trump has announced his personal Boeing 757 also know as Trump Force One is currently being restored and updated for his upcoming rallies.
He also announced that “When completed, it will be better than ever, and again used at upcoming rallies!”.
Some of the updates to his Boeing 757 include an installation of two new Rolls-Royce engines and a brand new paint job.
As of right now Trump Force One will be used to carry President Trump to his upcoming rallies in Florida, Ohio, Georgia, and North Carolina.
Donald Trump announces return of ‘Trump Force One’ for upcoming rallies https://t.co/v46pkd6WZP
— Rifnote News Aggregates (@rifnote) May 22, 2021
— Floyd Maxwell (@justthinkit) May 22, 2021
BREAKING: Trump says he plans to restore his iconic Boeing 757 with a “brand new paint job” and will be using it again at upcoming rallies pic.twitter.com/qRGrO2hDrv
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) May 21, 2021
The Washington Examiner had more on the story:
The jet known as “Trump Force One” is getting a glow-up ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Former President Donald Trump, who frequented his personal Boeing 757 that carried his namesake for 2016 campaign rallies, said the plane should be back in full working service by the end of 2021.
“It is now being fully restored and updated and will be put back into service sometime prior to the end of the year,” Trump said in a statement on Friday. “When completed, it will be better than ever, and again used at upcoming rallies!”
Trump revealed in an OANN interview on Thursday that he will hold campaign-style rallies in Florida, Ohio, Georgia, and North Carolina in coming weeks. He has not committed to another run for president and instead indicated that he will make a decision after the 2022 midterm elections.
— michel salas (@michelsalasg) May 22, 2021
The jet known as "Trump Force One" is getting a glow-up ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 22, 2021
Here’s Trump official statement regarding his Boeing 757: