First lady's plane malfunctions midair

First lady Melania Trump's flight to Philadelphia was turned around after "a malfunctioning comms unit" that had overheated.
0:48 | 10/17/18

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For ABC news live from the White House I'm outs and Alan First Lady Gilani a trump has moved forward with a trip to Philadelphia. After a plane carrying her was forced to turn back following reports of smoke in a burning smell on board. About fifteen minutes after take up journalists traveling with the First Lady said they reported a smell of smoke in the haze. And so they were headed wet towels to place them where their mouth. Case the situation worsened the plane safely landed in according to the first lady's office the First Lady was quote find. And this situation was described as only a minor mechanical issue soon after the First Lady boarded a smaller plane and continued forward with her trip. The First Lady is visiting Philadelphia for a trip to the Thomas Jefferson University related to her be best campaign for ABC news live from the White House I'm Alex now.

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