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US Air Force Stayed At Trump Property For Refueling Stop

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US Air Force Stayed At Trump Property For Refueling Stop

US Air Force Stayed At Trump Property For Refueling Stop

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 private entities.

The Air Force says it is reviewing the trip records, and that the stop was "not unusual."

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