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This jet fighter is a disaster, but Congress keeps buying it
This jet fighter is a disaster, but Congress keeps buying it
This jet fighter is a disaster, but Congress keeps buying it

This jet fighter is a disaster, but Congress keeps buying it - Vox

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Trump says the F-35 is too expensive and he's not wrong. But this is what he's up against.

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Lockheed Martin F-35 is the Pentagon's newest fighter jet. In a single tweet, Trump called to cancel the program. But the F-35 can't be cancelled because its deeply embedded in American politics, military and economy.
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