Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign team is not exclusively "with her" anymore following the former Democratic presidential nominee's loss in last week's election. You can say the same about the private jet she flew in throughout her campaign. But apparently the Dayton Flyers men's basketball team is now taking her campaign team's spots in the Boeing 737-800 plane.
On Tuesday morning, the basketball squad was spotted boarding the plane on their way to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to play against the Crimson Tide.
So how did the team get a chance to fly on this plane? According to the Dayton Daily News, the university doesn't have a choice of what plane it charters, and didn't have a clue that the team would fly in Clinton’s plane until they arrived at the Dayton International Airport en route to Alabama. A Dayton spokesman revealed that the team goes through a charter broker, and the aircraft happened to be available from approved companies.
The plane still bore Clinton's campaign slogan "Stronger Together." Apparently, that message was inspiring for the Flyers, as they beat Alabama 77-72.