Air Force One remains in Palm Springs — and we want your photos

June 8th, 2013 | by Kate McGinty | Comments
President Barack Obama flew in on Air Force One on Thursday. Desert Sun reporter snapped this photo Saturday of it still parked at the Palm Springs airport.

President Barack Obama flew in on Air Force One on Thursday. Desert Sun reporter snapped this photo Saturday of it still parked at the Palm Springs airport.

Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping began their second day of meetings Saturday for the historic Sunnylands summit — but what really has people talking is the Air Force One parked at the Palm Springs airport.

The summit is slated to wrap up shortly after 11 a.m. Saturday.

The plane will remain there until Sunday, though, when Obama flies back to the White House.

His exact departure time has not been released, and it will be closed to the public, the White House said Saturday.

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