Trump attends Boeing’s rollout of new 787 Dreamliner today

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President Donald Trump is scheduled to drop in at Boeing’s North Charleston complex in South Carolina Friday, as the plane maker rolls out the first jet of its largest 787 model. Unlike the smaller -8 and -9 models, which are assembled in both Charleston and Everett, the 787-10 will be built only in South Carolina. […]
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