There often is a disconnect between what U.S. President Donald Trump says and what he actually does. Boeing and Lockheed Martin are just fine, thank you, despite Trump’s Twitter attacks on the F-35 and Air Force One procurements. And the president has toned down his rhetoric on China after warnings from Boeing and others that a trade war with Beijing could put many U.S. aerospace jobs at risk. But sometimes it is what Trump does not say that can be alarming. We were dismayed when, ...


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