Greenland

“In his words, Puerto Rico was dirty and the people were poor.” A former top Department of Homeland Security staffer said President Donald Trump asked if the U.S. could swap the island for Greenland.
“In his words, Puerto Rico was dirty and the people were poor,” Miles Taylor, who worked at the Department of Homeland Security, said of the president.
Even amid the pandemic, the battle between the U.S., China and others over Greenland's future is raging.
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.