nearvideo President Trump tweets picture of the new Trump tower on the coast of Greenland
Trump keeps alive rumors that the U.S. could acquire Greenland.
In a surprise tweet Monday, the President of Trump not to his signature large-scale developments in Greenland, a day promised, after he confirmed that he is looking into the possibility of acquisition of the sparsely populated Arctic island.
The tweet featured an edited photo shows a large gold-coloured buildings emblazoned with “trump.” The President of the header: “I promise not to do so to Greenland!”
To buy on Sunday, the Trump rumors that his government was approached in search of Greenland, which is a semi-Autonomous territory under Danish control.
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“In essence, it is a great real estate deal. A lot of things that can be done. Denmark hurts very bad, because you lose almost $700 million per year,” he told reporters in New Jersey. “So, you wear it in big loss, and strategically for the United States, it would be nice. And, we are a great ally of Denmark, and we will help Denmark, and we have to protect Denmark.”
Denmark’s Prime Minister, as American interest in Greenland “absurd” and declared that the island is for sale.
“In Greenland, not Danish. Greenland is Greenlandic said in Japanese,” Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. “I hope strongly that this is not something that is meant seriously,” Frederiksen told reporters on Sunday to meet during a trip, Kim Kielsen, the premier of Greenland.”
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Trump is scheduled to visit Demark on Sept. 2 as part of a larger European trip.
The United States proposed the purchase of Greenland in the year 1946 for $100 million after toying with the idea of swapping land in Alaska for strategic parts of the island.
Fox News’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.