See the drastic measure that DONALD TRUMP has done to BOEING 737-800 MAX after ETHIOPIA AIRLINE JET crashed killing 157 including 32 Kenyans

Thursday March 14, 2019-United States President, Donald Trump, has taken action against Boeing after one of its plane crashed in Ethiopia on Sunday.

The 737-800 max crashed 6 minutes after taking off from Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa on its way to Nairobi.  All 157 people on aircraft perished. The dead included 32 Kenyans.

Now the US president has ordered the grounding of all Boeing 737-800 max until their safety are guaranteed.

President Trump said he made the decision after holding talks with Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg and acting FAA administrator Dan Elwell after 'new information' and 'physical evidence' emerged on tragic incidents involving the 737-Max.

“The United States has the greatest record in the world of aviation, and we want to keep it that way, so I didn't want to take any chances,” Trump said.
'We didn't have to make this decision today, we could have delayed it. We maybe didn't have to make it at all, but I felt it was important, both psychologically, and a lot of other ways, “Trump added.
Trump was known to have spoken to Boeing, but he said he'd also been in contact with American and other airliners. 
"We just thought it was the right thing to do,' he said.  

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