Pres. Trump Meets with Prime Minister of Norway

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"We'll see what happens", Trump said when asked directly whether he would sit for an interview with the special counsel.

But during a joint press conference with Solberg Trump said that the U.S. would be selling Norway F-52 jets.

President Donald Trump says the economic ties between the United States and Norway are "robust and growing" and he's pointing to their work in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance to counter security threats.

"When they have no collusion, it seems unlikely you will even have an interview", Trump said.

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Solberg said before the meeting that she'd put climate and "open world trade" on the agenda in the bilateral talks. Earlier in the day he tweeted his disapproval of the FISA program on the grounds that it had been used "to so badly surveil and abuse the Trump Campaign by the previous administration and others".

"I've been in office for eleven months now, and for eleven months, they've had this phony cloud over this administration, over our government", he added.

He called the allegations of collusion with Russian Federation and any possible wrongdoing by his campaign "a Democrat hoax" and a "phony cloud" to deflect from Hillary Clinton losing the Electoral College and thus the White House.

As pointed out by The Washington Post, Trump's comments are not the first reference to an aircraft called the F-52. "But any solution has to include the wall because without the wall it all doesn't work". "We need the wall for stopping the drugs from pouring in".

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Trump and Solberg took questions concerning their North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance, economics and energy resources.

"We do make great products", Trump said in response. Like other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, Norway has pledged to devote 2 percent of its total economy to defense. He was proud of the US' trade surplus with Norway, calling it "shocking" because the USA "doesn't have so many" trade surpluses with other countries.

"I'll say this, there is collusion, but it's really with the Democrats and the Russians", Trump said without clarifying.

"I wish we'd do some of that", he remarked-possibly uninformed that the USA, too, harbors sizable hydropower resources, which produced 267.8 TWh, or about 7% of the nation's total generation, in 2016. "But I think my opinion counts more right now".

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