Journalists Scolded For Stealing From Air Force One

You might want to snatch up any presidential souvenirs you find on eBay right away. Reporters assigned to Air Force One have been warned to stop stealing from the plane. The warning was issued by Kelly O’Donnell, president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, after a number of items were discovered missing from the aircraft’s press cabin, according to the White House Travel Office. Among the things that have been discovered missing are glassware, plates, embroidered pillowcases and blankets, sources say. One anonymous reporter, who says he’s amassed a “small collection” of Air Force One-branded items over the years, tells the BBC he doesn’t believe he did anything wrong by stealing from the presidential plane. "I didn't embarrass anyone or commit any wrongdoing to put this collection together," he says. If you had a chance to fly on Air Force One, would you take a souvenir? What would you take?


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