Greenland

One MAGA hat-wearing local had a surprising message for the president.
Danes have a blast mocking president who ducked out after his plan to buy Greenland was slapped down as "absurd."
The host makes it rain laughter on a journey to jokingly buy Greenland for the U.S.
The late night host also presented another intriguing real estate scenario that drew quite a reaction.
The comedian is hilariously determined to fulfill the president's desire to buy the territory from Denmark.
The Arkansas Republican said the island "would secure vital strategic interests" for the U.S. in a New York Times op-ed.
The island isn't for sale, but the GOP is trying to cash in on Trump's failed idea to buy it.
The Arkansas Republican reportedly said anyone who opposes the idea is blinded by "Trump derangement."
Anderson Cooper has used his nightly CNN show to go after President Donald Trump for everything from flip-flopping on tax cuts to his “disloyalty” comment about Jewish Americans.
The island would be perfect with a few changes, the HGTV stars say as Conan announces a trip there.
The president attacked Democratic-voting Jews, called himself "the chosen one" and got mad that Denmark won't sell him Greenland.
Dwindling glaciers paint a grim picture of what's to come if the United States -- and the rest of the world -- don't adequately respond to climate change.
Trump said he wouldn't visit Denmark because the country won't sell Greenland.
Trump tweeted that he didn't want to meet with Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen if she won't consider selling Greenland.
The president says he wants to buy Greenland from Denmark. But it's not for sale.
He seems to think Denmark might go for it because "we protect Denmark."
The island has already made clear it is not for sale.
The 2020 Democratic candidate is using the president's reported interest in acquiring the island to fundraise for his own campaign.
Trump's hometown tabloid poked fun at his reported interest in buying the world's biggest island.
“During the Trump regime, pretty much everything in the U.S., including its government, has most definitely been for sale," the magazine jokes.