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Trump Reported Expressing Interest In Buying Greenland From Denmark

WorldNews Friday, 16 August 2019
Trump Reported Expressing Interest In Buying Greenland From DenmarkDonald Trump is fond of bragging about his conspicuous wealth and buying power, plastering his name over buildings and gilding the elevators of Trump Tower. But his latest reported aspiration is on the extravagant side, even for him: to purchase Greenland from Denmark, The Guardian reports. According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. president has “expressed interest” in buying the icy territory – the world’s largest island – and has asked his aides to explore the possibility. He has even sought the view of the White House counsel, though the Journal noted his inquiries came “with varying degrees of seriousness.” News that Trump had set his sights on acquiring a meaty chunk of the Kingdom...
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A report recently said President Donald Trump expressed interest in buying Greenland, the world’s largest island. According to Business Insider, Trump talked about it in “varying degrees of seriousness.” Greenland is seen as a vital geopolitical location with a population of roughly 56,000....

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