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Trump’s obsession with buying Greenland may have complicated the release of military aid to Ukraine, US ambassador says
"That's disturbing for a while different reason," Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California said during acting US ambassador Bill Taylor's testimony.
Trump once joked that the US should trade Puerto Rico for Greenland, according to a former administration official
Trump has a rocky and tumultuous relationship with the leadership of Puerto Rico, a Caribbean island territory the US acquired from Spain in 1898.
Trump’s roller coaster week of insults, denials, and bungled messaging paints a damaging portrait of a White House in chaos
It has been a hell of a week for President Donald Trump, even by his own standards, and the week isn't over.
Trump’s erratic outbursts show his fear that a recession could sink his reelection campaign, ex-White House officials say
President Donald Trump recently called himself the "chosen one" and insulted Denmark's prime minister after she rebuffed his offer to buy Greenland.
Trump is snubbing a close ally because it won’t let him buy Greenland while supporting rival Russia before his Europe trip
As Trump prepares to head to Europe, he is snubbing a close ally while reaching out to a top rival. It's already shaping up to be an interesting trip.
People in Denmark are angry and sad that Trump canceled his visit — and warning that the relationship between the 2 countries is now ‘ice-...
President Donald Trump said he will be postponing a planned visit to Denmark, after Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said he couldn't buy Greenland.
Customers of Jyske Bank who have deposits over 7.5 million Danish krone ($1.1 million) will see their savings decline by 0.6% a year, at least $6,600.
‘Look forward to rescheduling’: Trump scraps trip to Denmark after its prime minister rejected his idea of buying Greenland
President Donald Trump previously said his planned trip to Denmark was "not for this reason at all."
Trump wants to buy Greenland. Only one-third of Americans would be willing to offer more than $12 for the island.
Sixty-one percent of Americans in an INSIDER poll said they'd pay nothing, and only 29% said they'd pay more than the average cost of a used car.
In 1946, former President Harry Truman attempted to buy Greenland for $100 million in gold, which is equivalent to roughly $1.3 billion today.