Donald Trump slammed Obama for using Air Force One for election campaigning. Now he does the same
"It's kind of left to the good faith discretion of the office holder," said Adav Noti, senior director with the Washington-based Campaign Legal Center. A former FEC lawyer, Noti said the law about who pays for what is "very murky," and "more clarity in this area would be helpful." A source familiar with the accounting for Air Force One who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal details noted that most aspects of the president's travel remain a tightly held secret for security. The amount of money spent on a trip can be used to determine the level of effort that goes into planning the president's travel, which can offer clues about sensitive security details.
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