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From The New York Post:

“The costs of presidential travel and security is of obvious public interest,” said Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, which acquired the records under the Freedom of Information Act.

Fitton noted that the records are incomplete and said “it is frustrating that after years of litigation through two presidential administrations, the Secret Service and Air Force are still stonewalling the costs of presidential travel.”

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