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Subject:  Re: Boeing and self-certification Date:  3/14/2019  9:43 AM
Author:  tim443 Number:  554942 of 585497

But they would have already fixed this bug by including feedback from six more sensors if it weren't for the 5-week government shutdown, according to Rachel Maddow's research.

Proving once again that Chaos is not a plan?

Description of Chaos.

Anymouse <knows a wee bit about chaos, doesn't like it>

[]rump disparages Boeing 737s in private before grounding the plane after deadly crash

Toluse Olorunnipa, Josh Dawsey 26 mins ago


The chaotic scene capped a harried three-day period in which the United States lagged almost every other major country in deciding how to respond to an Ethi­o­pian Airlines crash early Sunday, highlighting the [] administration’s close ties to Boeing and its difficulty asserting itself as a global leader in the wake of a tragedy.


Federal regulators usually take the lead on making decisions related to safety, said Richard Aboulafia, an aerospace analyst with Teal Group.

“It’s not the president’s decision and it should never be the president’s decision,” he said, adding that he did not know whether []rump broke any protocols.


On Tuesday night, officials said, Trump was given satellite data that indicated the same 737 Max automation system believed to be responsible for a crash in Indonesia last year that killed more than 180 people may have played a role in Sunday’s accident.

By Wednesday morning, officials said, []rump had also seen information about the crash from the Canadian government, which then announced it was grounding the model, leaving the U.S. as the only major country where the aircraft was being allowed to operate.

“We were coordinating with Canada,” Trump said Wednesday. “We were giving them information, they were giving us information.”

Throughout the process, []rump played the role of aviation expert, despite having no formal training in aeronautics. ...

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