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Upon deplaning in Tokyo, Trump, joined by first lady Melania Trump and seeming to be in good spirits, addressed troops at Yokota Air Base.
The Washington Post reports Delta was able to deplane, board and turn around for the return flight in less than an hour, effectively beating the storm as its outer bands closed in.
The plane returned to Sea-Tac Airport without further problems and all 210 passengers and crew members were deplaned.
While JetBlue confirmed to the Local 10 News that the family had been removed from the flight, a spokesperson for the airline said that they were asked to deplane because both Raanan and Ifrah were reportedly making threats.
A quick recap, for the uninitiated: Linton posted a photo of her and her husband deplaning a government jet in Kentucky.
According to Hopkins, 96 percent of those June 2017 passengers either boarded or deplaned in Cleveland.
An American Airlines flight was deplaned at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport Sunday evening after a stun gun was found on board.
Three weeks ago, a downright feeding frenzy erupted when British tabloid The Sun captured Prince Harry and his girlfriend, Meghan Markle, deplaning in Botswana.
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