President Donald Trump may soon enough cement his legacy as a historic American President through adding the island of Greenland as a United States territory.
Reporting from the Wall Street Journal Thursday indicates the President is highly interested in acquiring the island. Denmark currently administers the island, which is geographically a part of the North American continent.
The President is said to have been repeatedly suggesting the prospect to his advisors. The United States already has a historic relationship with the island, which houses a major U.S Air Force base. The island, located between Europe and North America in the Arctic Sea, has abundant natural resources and a prime strategic location.
President Trump is slated to visit Denmark next month, and it’s […]
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