Trump Announces Boeing 757 As His ‘Car of the People’

EVERETT, WASHINGTON — News of job security was well received by Boeing workers at the company’s factory in Everett, Washington, earlier today as the President announced he was going to give a boost to the company as he introduces the Boeing 757 as his “Car of the People.

At a length of 179 feet, the company’s Boeing 757-300 model is just a few feet shorter than one of Trump’s signature line of ties, and can typically carry 250 passengers up to 3,400 nautical miles. The new 757-304 which was earlier revealed by Trump, “will carry up to 5 passengers, say myself, Jared Kushner, Donald Jr, Ivanka, and Eric, from New York for approximately 4,667 miles.”


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The jet, which Mr. Trump believes is actually a car, will be offered at a reduced introductory price of just $180 million if bought before the end of January. There is good news for anyone worth over half a billion who may struggle to purchase the plane however, as under a new scheme announced by Trump at the same time, the Federal Government will be cutting health funding in order to provide a $200 million grant to anyone in this wealth bracket to help them set up their new purchase and fund the running costs for the first year.

Although the phrase “car of the people” is one which has become synonymous with Adolf Hitler in 1930’s Nazi Germany, Trump defended his plans by saying he doesn’t know what an Adolf Hitler is or where one could be found.

Also speaking at the event, a representative from Boeing said that in order to appeal to as wide a demographic as possible, the company would also be launching a new Boeing 757-227 model which will have a range that is 1783 miles longer than the -304 model, or approximately 2,868,691 metres longer.


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