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Trump Donor’s Family Was On Jet That Crashed In Virginia After Military Response

More details have surfaced about the family on board the Cessna Citation business jet that flew over a now-fly zone in Washington DC which resulted in F-16s responding to the unresponsive aircraft.

According to The Mirror, Florida Businessman and Trump donor John Rumpel’s daughter and granddaughter were killed in the crash.

Also killed in the crash was the pilot and a nanny whose names have not been disclosed.

The Daily Mirror:

The family of a prominent MAGA donor have died in a plane crashafter a military jet scrambled over Washington DC to contact the passed out pilot.

Florida businessman John Rumpel’s daughter and two-year-old granddaughter were on board the private jet, alongside the toddler’s nanny and pilot.

Here’s what the US Sun reported:

The family of a prominent Donald Trump donor has perished in a plane crash over Washington, DC.

He made headlines for donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to Trump’s 2020 election, and the NRA (the National Rifle Association).

He is also into real estate, boasting multiple luxury properties in Florida and elsewhere.

The Daily Mail got the scoop too:

An NRA executive has revealed her 49-year-old daughter and two-year-old granddaughter were killed alongside the girl’s nanny and the pilot when a private Cessna plane crashed in Virginia, leaving no survivors.

Barbara Rumpel, a businesswoman and member of the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum from Florida, confirmed the news on Facebook Sunday after the small plane went down in the mountainous region of Virginia.

‘My family is gone, my daughter and granddaughter,’ Rumpel wrote in a Facebook comment.

The flight had prompted the Pentagon to scramble an interceptor fighter jet after it became unresponsive and flew close to both the US Capitol building and the White House at around 3.30pm Sunday.

Virginia State Police confirmed to the wreckage was not found until over four hours later, at around 8pm Sunday. There were no survivors among the four on board and the search was eventually suspended.

Rumpel’s husband John, claimed that his ‘entire family’ was on the plane.


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