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Donald Trump cancels trip to Denmark after prime minister dismisses his offer to buy Greenland as 'absurd'

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 21 August 2019
President Donald Trump abruptly canceled a trip to Denmark on Tuesday after that country's prime minister dismissed his offer to buy Greenland as "absurd."
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News video: Greenland row: Trump attacks Danish PM for 'nasty' rejection

Greenland row: Trump attacks Danish PM for 'nasty' rejection 02:58

The US president has called off a planned trip to Denmark after the prime minister dismissed his offer to buy Greenland.

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