President Donald Trump said he planned to hold a military parade in Washington, including aerial overflights, provided it could be done at a "reasonable" cost.
Trump said Saturday in an interview with Jean-François Pirro It would probably be veterans' day and would take a road along Pennsylvania Avenue, a major artery that connects the White House to the US Capitol.
"There would be a lot of overflights," Trump said. "I think it's great for the spirit."
Trump was impressed by the military display of armaments when he attended the parade of France on Bastille Day and asked the Pentagon to come up with a plan for a military parade in the United States. White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney said earlier this month that such a parade would cost between $ 1
Although troops participate in the presidential inaugural parade and other processions in the United States, the country's most typical parades of weapons in countries like France, Russia, China, and North Korea. The last military parade in Washington dates back to 1991, after the victory of the United States in the Gulf War