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Trump Calls Danish Prime Minister's Comments 'Nasty'

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Trump Calls Danish Prime Minister's Comments 'Nasty'

Trump Calls Danish Prime Minister's Comments 'Nasty'

President Donald Trump spoke out about Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s turning down his idea.

According to Reuters, Trump reportedly was considering buying Greenland.

Yet Frederiksen called the idea “absurd” and said she hoped it wasn’t a serious inquiry.

Soon after, Trump cancelled his trip to Denmark and called her comments “nasty.

While Frederiksen was in disbelief over Trump canceling the trip, she said it wouldn’t affect the country’s relationship with them.

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