Plane owned by Donald Trump 'forced to divert' as aircraft tower says 'looks like we have an emergency inbound'
A PLANE owned by the Trump Organization was reportedly forced to divert as the aircraft tower said it "looks like we have an emergency inbound."
The plane was headed from Newburgh, New York, when it made the detour.
The aircraft, which is a Boeing 757-200 that is owned by Donald Trump, was reportedly on its way to Lake Charles, Los Angeles, for repairs.
However, on the way, it stopped in Nashville with the winding descent track suggesting that the pitstop was not planned.
According to an aviation journalist, the tower said: "it looks like we have an emergency inbound."
However, this has not been directly linked to the Trump Organization aircraft.
Chatter regarding the plane claimed that it was going to Los Angeles for repairs and would not have had anyone on board, bar the pilot.
The aircraft took off from Nashville roughly one hour after the impromptu stop.
The former president was pictured at his Halloween party at the Mar-a-Lago resort on Sunday.
He was seen with engaged couple Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky who were greeted by Trump with hugs and kisses.
When Gretzky arrived, Trump gave her a hug and kiss on the cheek saying: "Hi Paulina, you look great."
Gretzky was wearing a red swimsuit and matching jacket, while Johnson was wearing a white polo and sweatband.
Trump, however, wore his classic blue suit with white shirt and red tie.
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