Trump hails sale of fictional Call of Duty fighter jets

Pauline Gross
January 12, 2018

President on Wednesday did not dismiss the prospect of sitting down for an interview with special counsel, saying, "we'll see what happens".

"When they have no collusion it seems unlikely that you'd even have an interview", Trump said at a White House news conference.

While the two world leaders made statements that discussed national and world security, and U.S.

Democrats' central demand is legislation to preserve the Obama-era DACA program, which was ended by Trump a year ago and shields illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation.

But again, I'll speak to attorneys.

"It has been determined there is no collusion", Trump said, making another false claim, as there is in fact substantial evidence supporting the conclusion that collusion occurred.

The White House has declined to confirm reports that Mueller plans to seek an interview with the president, although a spokeswoman has said the White House is cooperating fully with the special counsel's investigation.

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President Donald Trump held a press conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in the East Room of the White House - and well, it was as weird as one would expect given the commander-in-chief's lack of knowledge about the most basic things.

The deal with Norway isn't the first time a foreign country has entered an agreement with the US, or has expressed interest in American companies, under the Trump administration.

A deal, if reached, could be included as part of must-pass spending legislation later this month.

"We have a very, very powerful military".

He said: "One of the great assets of Norway is a thing called "water" - they have tremendous hydropower, tremendous". Along with most of the alliance's members, Norway has failed to spend 2% of its GDP on defense as outlined in the alliance's guidelines.

"I believe Norway will get there quite soon", Trump said. Donald Trump said, while asking the reporter to repeat himself.

Mr. Trump, in his meeting with Solberg ahead of the press conference, said he is "very liked by her country". Singapore's flag carrier, Singapore Airlines, announced in late October it would buy $13.8 billion worth of Boeing 777-9 and 787-10 aircraft. She added that Norway, despite being a major oil producer and using its fossil fuel reserves to amass extraordinary wealth, is working to curb its carbon and gas emissions. The first, most importantly, is whether the commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces has a full understanding of the military capacity at his command.

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