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Air Force reviewing travel after stay at Trump property

CBS News Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
The Air Force says it's reviewing its travel policy after an Air National Guard crew stopped at the president's Scotland property
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News video: US Air Force Stayed At Trump Property For Refueling Stop

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The crew of a US Air Force C-17 stayed at President Donald Trump's golf resort in Turnberry, Scotland. CNN reports the stop took place during a March refueling stop en route to Kuwait. As the Air Force paid for the accommodations, it raises ethics questions about government use of the President's...

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