by Sharon Rondeau

(Jul. 6, 2022) — On his “TruthSocial” communication platform Wednesday morning, 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump declared that the airplane he used during his 2016 presidential campaign “has been completely modernized and renovated” and is “coming back to the skies in the Fall of 2022, or maybe sooner.”

“Get ready!” he added, including a link to a YouTube video titled, “Landlocked Aviation TRUMP N757AF Refinishing.”

Just prior to the July 4 holiday weekend, The New York Times and other sources speculated that Trump would announce his candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination “as early as this summer.” Amid a string of rallies in various U.S. cities over the last year or more in which he has decried rising gasoline prices and Biden policies in general, Trump has not confirmed he will seek the office he held from January 20, 2017 to January 20, 2021 and to which he claims he was reelected on November 3, 2020 but was jettisoned by widespread and systemic fraud.

Unlike his presence on Twitter, which was permanently suspended after the January 6, 2021 incursion at the U.S. Capitol, Trump is not a frequent commenter on the platform one of his companies launched earlier this year but often “retruths” the posts of others or posts links to articles of interest. As the 2022 midterm election cycle has progressed, Trump has posted his endorsements of individuals running for state legislatures, Congress, governorships and state attorneys general.

The YouTube video depicts, at an accelerated pace, the renovation of the airliner, which boasts the lettering, “TRUMP” in gold lettering on a red, black and white design.

(Jul 6, 2022) – on his Truth Social communication platform Wednesday morning, 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump declared that the aircraft he used during his 2016 presidential campaign is “

(Jul 6, 2022) – on his Truth Social communication platform Wednesday morning, 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump declared that the aircraft he used during his 2016 presidential campaign is “

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      1. Bob68, are you using Brave web browser?
        If so, there are lots of bells and whistles within this browser that could mask your weblink within your comment posting. Brave masked my inserted weblinks until I clicked on the red/white lion icon in upper-right hand corner of web page, to which I received a pop-up window. Then I clicked the “Shields DOWN for this site” ON/OFF button to “OFF” within the pop-up window.
        Lion icon then turned to black/white and then my weblinks magically appeared within original comment without further ado.
        Ev Rein, MSgt USAF (Ret.), aka Nikita’s_UN_Shoe

        1. Thanks……..I have been using Firefox for a long time. I regretfully think my problem is being 78 years old, (79 in August). I didn’t know there was a Brave web browser. Maybe I’ll get brave and try Brave.
          Trying not to give-up as I watch America continue to be destroyed from the inside………

    1. What a way to fly! Thanks for the info, Bob68. By the way, everyone, don’t let Bob68 fool you, he may be almost 79, but his research and writing are top-notch. So is his patriotism and devotion to our country. A true southern gentleman.
      It makes one wonder- how in the world do Democrats find their best people and leaders! Follow the money? Follow the mob? Follow the planes, trains, and bicycles? Follow the instructions on note pads? Follow the real “LEADER!”
      With all due respect to everyone and particularly, of course, to our 45th president, I have one suggestion for Donald Trump (not the first time I’ve said this), think about toning down your rhetoric. You should be able to get the same, or even better, results in your future interactions with others politically and otherwise. I trust that no one will take this any other way than the positive way in which it is intended. Tom Arnold.

  1. I hope President Trump’s team member, whether overhauling his bird or any other matters have undergone 10X the background security/safety checks/measures that are devoid of any of our candidates for federally voted-in jobs.