JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. (AP) — First lady Melania Trump got to fly airplanes at an Air Force base in Maryland. Paper airplanes, that is.
Mrs. Trump tried her hand at sending a few through the air, calling one of the longer flights, “Niiiice.” She was visiting students at an afterschool program at the Joint Base Andrews Youth Center.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Below 3%, 5.3M Vaccine Doses Administered
President Donald Trump and his wife were observing an air show at Joint Base Andrews, the military base that is home to Air Force One, the presidential plane.READ MORE: 3 Dead In Domestic-Related Laurel Shooting, Child Hospitalized
The Trumps were watching the air fleet demonstration and meeting with military families ahead of a trip to the president’s New Jersey golf club for the weekend.DC Michelin Star Restaurant Little Pearl Temporarily Closing In Part Due To Cicada Season
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