us fighter jets scrambled after aircraft violates restricted airspace near bidens delaware home
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A civilian aircraft that violated restricted airspace in Delaware Saturday afternoon prompted fighter jets to scramble because the president was at his home in Wilmington, Anthony Guglielmi, Chief of Communications for the United States Secret Service, said. 

“Shortly after 2 p.m., a civilian aircraft violated restricted airspace north of Wilmington, Delaware,” Guglielmi said. “As a precaution, assets were scrambled to intercept and the civilian aircraft safely landed at a nearby airport.”

Guglielmi added the president’s movements weren’t impacted “and agents from the United States Secret Service are investigating in coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration.” 

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