When Donald Trump takes the oath of office in two days, he’ll become the first president entering the Oval Office to already have his own plane. But as of Friday, he no longer gets to use it. As president, he must fly—as every other president has done—on a specially equipped high-security Boeing 747 known as Air Force One. But in Donald Trump’s world, the transition from one wide-body plane to a wider body plane might be considered a downgrade. Watch my report on CBS This Morning as I compare the two planes—Trump’s tricked-out luxury 757 and Air Force One.
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By Peter Greenberg for PeterGreenberg.com