Trump touts sale of fictional jets to Norway

Frederick Owens
January 12, 2018

He called the allegations of collusion with Russian Federation and any possible wrongdoing by his campaign "a Democrat hoax" and a "phony cloud" to deflect from Hillary Clinton losing the Electoral College and thus the White House. "I'll speak to attorneys". "The prime minister thanked me very much", he said, turning to Solberg and saying, "you've done very well with your investments in the United States, right?"

Trump also took questions about the possible interview with special counsel Robert Mueller, named to investigate possible collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russian Federation.

"It treated the United States very unfairly", Trump said during a news conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg this afternoon local time (7.20am AEDT).

Trump has expressed willingness to come to an agreement on "Dreamers", but he says a deal would be tied to his long-promised southern border wall.

"It's got to include the wall".

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He said that funding must be part of legislation aimed at protecting hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the country illegally as children. "It bonds us tightly together with them", Mattis said.

He encouraged Norway to increase its own military spending.

The President expressed confidence Norway will meet the two percent GDP defense obligation to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. On climate policy, she said she, along with the leaders of other Nordic nations, urged Trump to reverse his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, of which almost every country is a party.

The president likely misread his notecards and actually meant to say that in November the USA started delivery the first of 52 F-35 fighter jets, the Washington Post observed. "It's a $10 billion order". The first, most importantly, is whether the commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces has a full understanding of the military capacity at his command. Norway's strict regulations to reach its Paris targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 by 2030 has spurred the use of "environmental friendly and climate friendly technologies". "The green economy is an area where we see tremendous economic and business opportunities in the future".

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