Reporters Are All Smiles On Board Hillary’s New Plane

Reporters were all smiles when Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton finally let them fly with her.

A picture snapped of the fawning press corps shows a sea of smiling faces, including NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, CNN’s Dan Merica and CBS News’s Nancy Cordes, intently staring at Clinton.

Find a love that looks at you the way the press looks at Hillary. pic.twitter.com/KxPXNpWl5n

— Razor (@hale_razor) September 6, 2016

Somewhere over Ohio. Awaiting Hillary Clinton before her first press avail on our v first flight on Hill Force One: pic.twitter.com/g7C6jNPwlp

— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) September 5, 2016

 

Clinton greets everyone, says she’s “so excited,” awkwardly tells one person “I think it’s pretty cool, don’t you?” and then everyone giggles.

WATCH: Hillary Clinton welcomes press corps aboard ‘Hill Force One’ for inaugural flight. https://t.co/X2o8OGGc7b pic.twitter.com/PN2zCMRZWm

— ABC News (@ABC) September 6, 2016

.@HillaryClinton held her first press conference in 275 days aboard a plane Monday https://t.co/fy8WO4je7e | Getty pic.twitter.com/jM2Z4Zhvln

— POLITICO (@politico) September 6, 2016

 

The former secretary of state had been using a private jet up until Monday, which was 64 days before the elections and 275 since her last press conference. She had a formal press conference on the plane, which was interrupted at one point by a coughing fit. A previous fit hours before at a Cleveland rally lasted two minutes. The 14-year-old Boeing 757 will carry Clinton, her staff, reporters and secret service in three cabins, Yahoo reports.

Clinton’s plane is broken up into 3 cabins: One for Clinton, one for Secret Service, one (with 40+ seats) for press. pic.twitter.com/suIL8WzR83

— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) September 5, 2016

 

With “Stronger Together” painted in bright blue on the side, the plane made its big reveal in Westchester, N.Y., and traveled to the Quad Cities — four counties in Iowa and Illinois — and Ohio.

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