Man arrested at Air Force base in England after trying to enter to look for Trump

Source: Twitter

A man suspected of drunk driving at the UK’s Royal Air Force Base Mildenhall was arrested after he attempted to enter the base in search of Donald Trump.

The base, which mostly hosts several US Air Force components stationed in the UK, was the site of police activity on Monday morning after the man attempted entry.

Suffolk Police said they assisted the Ministry of Defense in the arrest and found the man to be driving while intoxicated.

According to the BBC, the Suffolk Police had a little fun on Twitter when reporting the incident.

“Wrong country,” they tweeted.

Former President Trump currently lives in Florida but did visit the base once while President. Air Force one stopped at the base to refuel on a visit to Vietnam.

RAF Mildenhall is the home of the Air Force’s 100th Air Refueling Wing (100 ARW).

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