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Greenland residents react to Trump's plan to buy the island

CBS News Friday, 16 August 2019
Sources told CBS News that Mr. Trump is interested in Greenland's strategic and military significance
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A report recently said President Donald Trump expressed interest in buying Greenland, the world’s largest island. According to Business Insider, Trump talked about it in “varying degrees of seriousness.” Greenland is seen as a vital geopolitical location with a population of roughly 56,000....

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