According to the Department of Defense (DOD) contract, the $24 million contract will cover the costs of engineering support services for the new chillers -- including prototype design, manufacturing and installation.
It is reported that the refrigerators and "many other items on the aircraft" are unique and not found on commercial or business aircraft.
Additionally, contractors that work on the presidential jet must also have high-level security clearances.
The $24 million price tag amounts to enough taxpayer money to fund an estimated eight weekends for the president at Mar-a-Lago in Florida's Palm Beach, where Trump visited 11 times in his first year as president, according to the media reports. (ANI)