Donald Trump Just Flew Away In His Helicopter On Unannounced Trip, Is This Even Allowed? [UPDATED]

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Donald Trump departed the White House on Wednesday afternoon and boarded Marine One for an unannounced trip.

According to White House pool reports, his daughter Ivanka Trump accompanied him aboard the aircraft.

When asked for information on the president’s unprecedented departure, a White House spokesperson told reporters that his destination is “off the record.”

Trump was scheduled for a legislative strategy meeting at 5:30 p.m. ET.

Is this even legal? Isn’t there supposed to be a record, for transparency reasons?

UPDATE:

Donald Trump traveled to Delaware’s Dover Air Force Base on Wednesday to pay his respects to a Navy SEAL who was killed during an anti-terror operation in Yemen.

Trump was on hand to receive the remains of Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens, 36, who was slain over the weekend in a raid on al Qaeda’s Yemeni branch.

Sen. Chris Coons accompanied the president during the visit, which was closed to the press.

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