TRUMP HAS ASKED AIDES IF IT'S POSSIBLE TO BUY GREENLAND, SOURCES SAY

President Donald Trump has on multiple occasions brought up buying Greenland from the Danish government and the White House counsel's office has looked into the possibility, two sources told CNN on Thursday.

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