“We are good allies with Denmark, we protect Denmark like we protect large portions of the world, and the concept came up,” the President said in New Jersey before heading to Washington. “Strategically it’s interesting, and we would be interested, but we will talk with them a little bit.”
“It’s not number one on the burner, I can tell you that,” Trump said.
Frederiksen on Sunday said conversations around the US buying Greenland were “an absurd discussion.”
“(Greenland Premier) Kim Kielsen has of course made it clear that Greenland is not for sale. That’s where the conversation ends,” she said.
“They tried to buy us in 1867, during (the) Second World War, and now they are trying again,” local Kulusuk resident Bent Abeelsen told CNN last week. “Not gonna happen.”