Trump Boasts of Selling Fictional Planes to Norway

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"We have a very very powerful military", he said, before adding, "We are getting more powerful by the month, by the day".

During a joint press conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Wednesday, Trump was talking about trade relations between the two countries when he apparently made up a new fighter jet.

The comments came two days after reports surfaced that Mueller told Trump's lawyers last month that he will probably seek to interview the president.

President Trump caused quite a stir this week with his announcement that a certain type of fighter jet that is only available on Call of Duty was delivered to Norway by the US.

"It seems unlikely you'd even have an interview", he said. Dianne Feinstein for releasing testimony from an investigator who hired a former British spy to probe Trump's ties to Russian Federation during the presidential campaign. His former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and Manafort's longtime associate, Rick Gates, have both been indicted on multiple counts related to money laundering.

Trump then questioned why he would be interviewed, arguing again there had been "no collusion" between his campaign and Russian Federation. "The witch hunt continues", Trump claimed.

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He called the investigation a "Democrat hoax". "We need the wall for safety. But any solution has to include the wall because without the wall it all doesn't work".

Solberg then took the opportunity to push the virtues of environmentally sound technology but Trump responded with a brusque - and freaky - answer. While he has "no problem" with the accord itself, he felt the agreement negotiated by the Obama administration treated the USA unfairly, he said.

The President expressed confidence Norway will meet the two percent GDP defense obligation to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

Norway contributes to USA economy, United States produces good products. "I think we can do both things", Solberg said, in maintaining a united allied front on sanctions while also cooperating with Russian Federation on issues related to the border Norway and Russian Federation share in the Arctic.

Trump later said during the meeting: "To me, a "clean" bill is a bill of DACA". That's not the general's opinion.

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