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Trump claims he could fix Boeing 737 MAX

Independent Monday, 15 April 2019
Donald Trump has claimed he could fix the Boeing 737 MAX after the aircraft was involved in two fatal crashes.
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According to Reuters.com, "U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday urged Boeing Co to fix and “rebrand” its 737 MAX jetliner following two fatal crashes, while the planemaker said it was brainstorming with airlines over other ways to win back public trust." He tweeted, "What do I know about...

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