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The House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday voted to require congressional approval for changes to the Air Force One presidential aircraft’s paint scheme and interior design that have been cheered by President Trump.

The amendment was approved 31-26 during the panel’s markup of the fiscal year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

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Offered by Seapower Subcommittee Chairman Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) the amendment would require the Trump administration to OK with Congress any “work relating to aircraft paint scheme, interiors and livery,” before it takes place.

“Additional paint can add weight to the plane, additional fixtures inside the plane can also add cost and delays to the delivery of the plane,” Courtney said in presenting his amendment.

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  1. hmmm, now congress is overseeing paint for airforce one. How about some immigration reform? what a bunch of idiots.

    • I concur, Mary! They will oppose ANYTHING President Trump proposes! We have only ourselves to blame, for these dolts are elected by us.

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