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Donald Trump announces sale of non-existent fighter jet to Norway

Donald Trump announces sale of non-existent fighter jet to Norway

"So we could conceivably go back in".

Asked during a joint White House press conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg if he would sign a deal that didn't include the wall, Trump responded, "No, no".

Trump has taken a hard-line military stance on certain issues, primarily North Korea, throughout his presidency.

President Donald Trump refused for the second time in the last week to say whether he would be willing to be interviewed by the investigative team led by special counsel Robert Mueller.

"It wasn't a major topic, I must tell you, we talked about other things, including mostly trade", said Trump, who boasted that the United States had a trade surplus with Norway. But she said she doesn't think Norway will lose good opportunities for business by setting good climate standards, a remark that Norwegian commentators interpreted as a subtle jab at Trump's position. The relations between Norway and Russian Federation have soured in recent years and Trump's stance on the issue is wondered. 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's lawyers have previously stated their determination to cooperate with Mueller's requests. "The Witch Hunt continues".

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

"Everybody knows it. I've been in office now for 11 months and for 11 months they've had this phony cloud over this administration and our government".

Trump's meetings Wednesday with Solberg are also likely to shine a spotlight on Trump's calls for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members to increase their defense spending. On Wednesday, Donald Trump was asked about the situation but appeared confused [VIDEO] in his answer. "We need the wall for safety".

"We do make great products", Trump said in response.

Trump and Solberg took questions concerning their North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance, economics and energy resources.

"I can only say this, there was absolutely no collusion", the President said, again making the case that the investigation was damaging the United States. Like other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, Norway has pledged to devote 2 percent of its total economy to defense. "That's my opinion. That's not the general's opinion".