We have heard an incredible amount of gibberish over the course of the last few years regarding exactly what constitutes patriotism, particularly when it comes to the case of the President of these United States.
For fans of President Trump, his patriotism comes off a bit goofy at times, almost always candid, and more than simply sincere. You understand that Trump, the man, has been a huge stitch in the fabric of our nation for a good, long time as a businessman, and he has found new and exciting ways to experience the nation’s prosperity throughout his illustrious career. The sheer scope of his compounding business efforts is baffling, even for the most deranged and delusional democrats. They simply can’t understand how a man of his success, who also happened to knock the socks off of the most well-oiled political machine on the planet in 2016, can love America the way that he does.
It’s simple, folks: America is the only place that the Donald Trump story could have been written. Trump recognized the scope of the freedom he was allowed in the United States and ran with it. He said “I’m going to be successful”, and so he was. So, with that extraordinary American experience comes an extraordinary brand of patriotism.
When democrats jeered at Trump hugging the American flag, the rest of us saw a man who wanted to express something that the world’s greatest and most expensive speech writers could never conquer: What it means to love the nation to which you belong without cliché.
Now, that same aloof yet intimately powerful patriotism is being harnesses in a new design for Air Force One.
An official familiar with the project says President Donald Trump is deeply involved in the conversation about a redesign of the aircraft, but no decisions have been reached.The iconic blue-and-white plane could be redrawn to include a splash of red, an official says, but it’s far from certain what it will ultimately look like.Axios first reported a possible design change to the plane.The White House announced in February that it struck a deal with Boeing over the development of two new Air Force One planes. The President requested the planes be ready 2021, at the beginning of his second term — three years sooner than the original plan of 2024.
Air Force One was last redesigned by industrial designer Raymond Loewy for President John F. Kennedy in 1962, when it was painted sky blue and cyan.The development of the new planes was an early source of controversy in the weeks after Trump’s election, when he tweeted that the cost of the new 747 airplane being developed by Boeing was “out of control” and he threatened to cancel the development.