Pilotless security plane for Trump in testing


Published: 2017-08-05 17:05

Last Updated: 2023-09-30 04:55

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The Trump Administration seems to be taking the hint when it comes to how much people dislike the Papaya President, as the US Secret Service begins testing on a pilotless plane designed to protect Trump during a trip he will be taking to a golf club he owns in New Jersey later this month.

Trump is expected to spend a lengthy period of time at the club, and on his journey there the plane will be flying at 91-121m altitude in order to survey the perimeter.

Electromagnetic and radiation cameras will be attached to the plane by way of thin fibrous strings, which will also power them.

Club visitors will be informed when the plane is operating, and video and image files will be deleted within 30 days, unless they are requested by law enforcement during that period.