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Greenland rebuffs Trump, saying it's "not for sale"

CBS News Friday, 16 August 2019
"This is a complete and total catastrophe," a former U.S. ambassador to Denmark said
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Trump has expressed interest in purchasing the country of Greenland, the world's biggest island. Greenland is an autonomous territory that is overseen by the country of Denmark, reports Busines Insider. Those in Denmark reacted strongly to the remarks, stating "of course, Greenland is not for sale."...

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