Trump grounds Boeing 737 Max planes after fatal crashes

A fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash this weekend has prompted President Donald Trump to ground all U.S. airplanes of a similar model.
Boeing launched an investigation on Tuesday after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed shortly after takeoff on Sunday. The aircraft — a Boeing 737 Max 8 — was  the same model involved in the fatal Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October.
President Trump at a White House panel made the announcement about grounding both Boeing 737  Max 8 and 9 planes in the U.S.

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