By Amber Randall, DCNF
A helicopter test pilot handed his own jacket to press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during a presidential visit to the Korean Dimilartized Zone (DMK) earlier this week.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Bobby Zizelman has been identified as the solider who did his best to keep Sanders warm while the group was waiting on the tarmac on a chilly Wednesday morning, the Daily Mail reported Friday.
Zizelman handed Sanders his camouflage jacket after he saw her shivering while standing on the tarmac in the 40 degree weather.
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“It belonged to one of the Army Rangers on the helicopter we were flying on,” Sanders said previously in an email.”It was really cold, and I didn’t have a jacket with me, so he loaned me his. He was incredibly nice to do it.”
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