What would a Trump military parade look like?

White House officials walked back reports of a massive military parade later this year, saying only that President Donald Trump has had conversations with Pentagon leaders about the possibility of such an event.

But the possibilities are as tall as the turret atop a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle and as wide as a B-52 bomber (unless they pick a narrower set of streets for the event.)

On Wednesday, hours after the Washington Post broke news of Trump’s request to the Defense Department for a parade showcasing the military and its might, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Defense Department that nothing about the possible event has been finalized.

Read the full article on Federal Times

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