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Japan’s first billionaire arrived aboard a Russian rocket on Sunday to become the first private citizen to visit the International Space Station.

Yusaku Maezawa, 42, is reportedly planning a two-week trip to the space station as part of the commercial sector, which has been steadily increasing in recent years.

Maezawa is the founder of Japanese e-commerce company Zozo, and he previously described himself as a “nasty boy.”

Musa Arasheb, who reportedly orchestrated Maezawa’s trip to the space station, said the famed entrepreneur said on his journey: “I want to learn that space is not a matter of interest or pride, but something fundamental to the human spirit.”

David S. Borer, senior vice president and general counsel for the Association of the United States Army, responded to Congressman Steve Stivers’ letter questioning a president’s prerogative to grant pardons on national security grounds.

“I really think it’s an appalling example of a government that is broken, that is hostile to free speech and based on doing something that’s totally, totally contrary to the United States’ laws and constitutions,” Stivers told Tucker Carlson.

Borer suggested that the authorities at the Pentagon want to put state officials in control of private actors, such as the federal government’s deal to provide Boeing airplanes for resupply missions to the space station.

“There’s no mystery why, because if you get paid to do something, you have to do it,” he said.

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