Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Trump says US-Norway ties 'robust'

Trump says US-Norway ties 'robust'

"Tremendous", he said. "I wish we'd do some of that, but hydro power is fantastic, and it's a great asset that you have".

ROBERTS: Are you open to meeting with him?

The events went viral online after the White House released Trump's schedule which said that he would be meeting the prime minister of "Normay" rather than Norway.

"Any solution has to include the wall because without the wall it all doesn't work", Trump said.

Trump's comments came during a joint news conference with Erna Solberg, the prime minister of Norway.

"It's a Democrat hoax that was brought up as an excuse for losing an election", Trump said.

The problem: While the F-35 is real-and a bit of a boondoggle for the Pentagon-the F-52 only exists in the video game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

"We need the wall for security", Trump said.

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Looking ahead, Mishra sees the bank sustaining strong growth in CASA deposits and fee-based income. Capital adequacy ratio improved to 15.83 per cent against 15.31 per cent in the year-ago period.

President Trump's praise of the mysterious F-52 fighter aircrafts recently delivered to Norway wasn't advanced warfare, it was just "Call of Duty". "It's a $10 billion order". Echoing his criticism from the past year, the president called on Norway to increase its defense spending in hopes to combat shared threats like the DPRK.

TRUMP: We'll see what happens.

"The prime minister and I are both committed to strengthening the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance", Trump remarked in front of the domestic and foreign press during a joint presser in front of the East Room.

Under Trump, the USA has made successive roll-backs on environmental protections, scrapping the Clean Power Plan, which sought to inch the US away from its use of coal-burning energy, and opening previously protected lands up to mineral exploration.

Solberg also gently chided Trump over his suspicion of worldwide trade agreements.

"The discussion you've had in the United States has, of course, lifted this issue in all European countries", Solberg said Wednesday in an interview with The Washington Post.

But earlier, while speaking about US energy dominance over Russian Federation, he also derided his former rival, Hillary Clinton, for her energy policies.

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