Trump lauded the sale of the fictional planes alongside Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg at the White House on Wednesday, remarking on the very real and growing defense relationship with the U.S.'s northern Europe ally.
Trump described Norway as a "good customer, ally and friend" prior to the meeting in the Oval Office on Wednesday, his first bilateral meeting with Norwegian leader Solberg.
"We do make great products", Trump said in response.
President Donald Trump touted the sale of non-existent "F-52" jet fighters to Norway.
When contacted by the Washington Post, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not return comment on the matter or confirm whether Trump is secretly the world's most powerful Call of Duty fan. "No collusion." But whether or not there was collusion remains an open question, and Trump has established a precedent for lying about his campaign's Russian Federation contacts during previous news conferences. 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.
Working to cut down on carbon and gas emissions, Norway exempts electric cars from taxes.
President Trump flatly stated Wednesday he will only agree to a deal with Congress on immigration if it includes funding for his long-promised wall along the border with Mexico. Solberg is now visiting the United States to discuss foreign relations between Norway and the USA and it is the third meeting between herself and Trump. "It bonds us tightly together with them", Mattis said.
Despite being asked, Trump did not specify what changes were needed in the Paris deal to persuade him to keep the U.S. in. She stressed that climate policy can create business opportunities as she promoted climate issues and urged him to keep the U.S. in the Paris Agreement. And we're not going to let that happen.
"The American economy is doing well and our economic relations are flourishing", Solberg said.
The US President also said in the subsequent press conference that trade had been a more prominent topic than the environment in the talks between the two.