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Trump Hints He May Arrive at Inauguration in Helicopter

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Donald Trump stands next to one of his three Sikorsky helicopters at the New York Port Authority's West 30th Street Heliport in New York, March 1988. (AP Photo/Wilbur Funches, File)

By    |   Wednesday, 07 Dec 2016 02:40 PM

President-elect Donald Trump, during a breakfast fundraiser at Cipriani 42nd Street in Manhattan, hinted that me may arrive to his presidential inauguration in a helicopter.

According to The New York Times, who referred to an unnamed attendee, Trump met with "The Apprentice" executive producer Mark Burnett, who reportedly suggested that Trump reinvent the inauguration by taking off in a helicopter from New York City.

Burnett, who produces other reality shows including "Survivor," "Shark Tank" and "The Voice," also proposed a parade up Fifth Avenue.

Trump made two notable entrances during his campaign. First, when he descended the escalator in Trump Tower before cameras to announce his candidacy, and again at the Republican National Convention when he entered while silhouetted in bright lights, according to The Hill.

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President-elect Donald Trump, during a breakfast fundraiser at Cipriani 42nd Street in Manhattan, hinted that me may arrive to his presidential inauguration in a helicopter.
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