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President Trump May Want to Buy Greenland, But it Just Lost 11 Billion Tons of Ice in One Day

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President Trump May Want to Buy Greenland, But it Just Lost 11 Billion Tons of Ice in One Day

President Trump May Want to Buy Greenland, But it Just Lost 11 Billion Tons of Ice in One Day

President Trump has repeatedly expressed interest in buying Greeland from the Danish government, but the island just lost 11 billion tons of ice in one day.

Veuer's Lenneia Batiste has more.

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