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>> Well the plane is certainly out of control.>> President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday taking a round house swing at a news sparring partner Boeing. Maker of Air Force One, the presidential plane.>> It's gonna be over $4 billion as for Air Force One program, and I think it's ridiculous.
I think Boeing is doing a little bit of a number. We want Boeing to make a lot of money, but not that much money. Okay, thank you.>> Trump's stunner in the lobby of Trump Tower, doubling down on an early morning tweet calling for two new presidential planes, currently on order, to be cancelled.
The Air Force announced in early 2015 plans to replace the aging two currently used. How much that cost is not actually known. Politics reporter, Emily Stevenson.>> Boeing has said they're under contract for $170 million at this point. And the Air Force said that they have budgeted more than $2 billion so it's not clear where $4 billion came from but Trump said that the costs were out of control.
>> Boeing responded in a statement saying they are committed to working with the Air Force to deliver the best plane for the best value. But Trump was just getting warmed up.>>
Later in the day, Trump emerging with a CEO of a Japanese bank, announcing the bank would invest $50 billion in US startups to create 50,000 jobs.
>> He's one of the great men of industry so I just wanna thank you very much.>> Thank you. Thank you.>> All this after Trump struck a deal stopping manufacturer carrier from shipping sub jobs to Mexico and while much of the world is still up in arms over Trump's provocative phone call last week with the leader of Taiwan, raising tensions with China.