Trump Hints at Grand Helicopter Entrance for Inauguration
President-elect Donald Trump hinted on Wednesday that he will arrive in style by helicopter to his inauguration in January.
The Hill reports:
Speaking at a breakfast fundraiser in a Manhattan restaurant, Trump said Mark Burnett suggested the grand entrance. Burnett produced “The Apprentice,” which Trump hosted on NBC until 2015, when he began his run for president.
Burnett also told Trump he should have a parade down Fifth Avenue in Manhattan to celebrate his inauguration, the Times reported.
Trump previously used his helicopter on the campaign trail, giving children free rides in 2015 at the Iowa State Fair.
His past notable entrances include the launch of his presidential campaign, when he descended into the lobby of Trump Tower by escalator.
And for the Republican National Convention in July, Trump entered the convention center silhouetted in bright white lights like a pro wrestler.
The committee handling Trump’s inauguration has raised $50 million for the event, the Times reported.
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