Big plans for former president’s private jet

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Donald Trump's 757 at SWF. (C) MId Hudson News 2021.

NEW YORK – Donald Trump’s private Boeing 757 jet, which was parked at New York Stewart International Airport at Newburgh for much of his presidency, is now in Louisiana getting a new paint job and that may paint the picture for the future of the former commander in chief.

The plane’s two giant engines have been rebuilt by Rolls Royce in Iberia, Spain and the aircraft is now in Lake Charles, Louisiana getting a fresh coat of paint.

Trump’s son, Eric, who spoke by phone with Mid-Hudson News, would not disclose the new paint scheme, but it will be “pretty special.”

The plane will be seen often in the next couple of years, he said.

“I think you will be seeing the plane, certainly, in 2022 and you will probably see it leading into 2024 as well one way or another,” he said.

Trump is expected to campaign for fellow Republican congressional candidates in 2022 and he has left the door open for a possible presidential run in 2024.

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