- White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted out airborne shots of Marine One soon after she arrived in Switzerland
- She was part of an entourage accompanying President Donald Trump
- The stunning photos showed Marine One and other helicopters in the Alps
- She then sent out overhead shots of azure lakes and snow-covered town
- Trump is joined by multiple cabinet secretaries
- Aides Michael Anton, Rob Porter, Dan Scavino and Hope Hicks came along
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took a break from polishing the image of President Trump and instead pitched the beauty of the Swiss Alps as the president’s helicopter made its way to Davos.
Trump landed in Zurich Thursday morning after his transatlantic flight. Trump then made his way to the gathering of billionaire CEOs and heads of state in the Swiss Alps aboard Marine One.
Security staff who accompany him also followed in the contingent of Marine-operated helicopters.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted out images of President Trump making his way to Davos aboard Marine One
Sanders tweeted out images of the trip through the snow-capped peaks. ‘Amazing views of Marine One over the mountains in Switzerland. #WEF18 #POTUSinDAVOS,’ she said.
The photo didn’t have attribution.
Then she sent out two images of a glacial lake and a snowy valley.
Even before the president arrived, as is often the case, the array of military equipment that accompanied him drew attention.
Davos is nestled in the Alps. It has a helipad that was also used by some of the CEOs, heads of state, and world leaders who made their way here.
Others traveled to Davos by train, bus, and the array of Mercedes, Teslas, and other luxury cars ferrying participants to and from events.
Sanders sent out the images on her @PressSec twitter account
LOOK AT THESE LAKES! She also tweeted images of the scenery from the air
Trump made his way through the Alps to Davos, located in eastern Switzerland near the Austrian border
A squadron of helicopters swooped out of a red morning sky and into Zurich airport on Thursday morning ahead of the arrival of President Trump, who was due to stop there before moving on to Davos
Helicopters of the United States of America landed as US President Donald Trump prepares to land at Zurich-Kloten, Switzerland, 25 January 2018