Donald Trump postpones meeting with Denmark over Greenland

Donald Trump postpones meeting with Denmark over Greenland
Donald Trump postpones meeting with Denmark over Greenland
Us President Trump has canceled his trip to Denmark after the country’s prime minister said the idea of selling Greenland was absurd from confirmed on Sunday that he had recently discussed the idea of buying the world’s largest island, and while he promised on Twitter, not to build the Trump Tower on the Arctic Island, the proposals, but this is not meant seriously – the US military has rights over an air base in the northern part of autonomous territory. From refusal to discuss this tale, I will be postponing our meeting scheduled in two weeks for another time.
Donald Trump has cancelled his upcoming state visit Denmark after Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen refused to talk about potentially selling Greenland. The president has been vocal about his interest in buying Greenland, which is owned by Denmark, but the Prime Minister has dismissed his scouting efforts as ‘absurd’, saying the semi-autonomous island is not for sale. Rebuffed, Trump decided to postpone his meeting with Frederiksen, which was scheduled to take place in two weeks, and canceled his visit altogether. Trump was invited by Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II for a state visit in Copenhagen on September 2 and 3. Through the president initially claimed the visit wouldn’t be about a Greenland purchase, his sudden cancellation has cast doubts on the intentions of his trip. White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere confirmed that the entire trip to Denmark was cancelled. 

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