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Politics Inside Out

Trump vs. Boeing and the real cost of Air Force One

Kai Ryssdal and Andrea Seabrook Dec 6, 2016
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Air Force One is seen on the tarmac on December 6, 2016 at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted this morning that the government should cancel the order for the new Air Force One replacement from Boeing, citing the more than $4 billion price tag.  Kevin Dietsch - Pool/Getty Images
Politics Inside Out

Trump vs. Boeing and the real cost of Air Force One

Kai Ryssdal and Andrea Seabrook Dec 6, 2016
Air Force One is seen on the tarmac on December 6, 2016 at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted this morning that the government should cancel the order for the new Air Force One replacement from Boeing, citing the more than $4 billion price tag.  Kevin Dietsch - Pool/Getty Images
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Donald Trump says the U.S. is paying too much for its Air Force One program. Kai and Andrea talk with Gregory Sanders of the Center for Strategic and International Studies about what makes Air Force One so expensive and what Trump’s tweets may tell us about his views on defense spending. 

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