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Air Force to Review Layover Procedures After Stopover at Trump Resort in Scotland

NYTimes.com Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
The Air Force conceded that the decision to place a crew at the luxury resort this year “might be allowable but not advisable.”
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News video: Buttigieg calls reported Air Force stay at Trump resort 'very strange'

Buttigieg calls reported Air Force stay at Trump resort 'very strange' 00:58

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responded to a report the Pentagon has paid millions of dollars for U.S. troops to stay at a Trump resort in Scotland. Rough cut. (no reporter narration)

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