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2/17 Travel pool #6
Adrian Carrasquillo • BuzzFeed
February 17, 2017: 01:07 PM


After a lengthy chat outside of earshot of the pool, POTUS descended the stairs and said "Boeing has done an incredible job. I'm very proud of them," before walking away for more of the tour.

POTUS seemed impressed with the plane construction, making an open-mouthed gape expression at an unidentified man and privately remarking that "it takes 3 and a half days to put it together," which a Boeing spokesman said refers to how long it takes to join all of the parts of the plane together.

POTUS remarks now are expected to be 20 minutes long according to an aide and are open press.



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