This moron of a crazy idiot doesn't know that you can't just go and buy a whole country. Greenland is not part of a summer- end sale. It's not for sale at all! There are people living there who would not want to be subjected to the craziness of American politics. And btw. they have their own government.
But why don't you just read NBC's article:
Trump's Green New Deal:
President reportedly considering buying Greenland
The real estate developer-turned-president has reportedly asked his advisers about a potential purchase on multiple occasions.
Aug. 15, 2019, 7:44 PM ADT
By Dareh Gregorian
This land is your land, this land is ... Greenland?
President Donald Trump has on multiple occasions discussed trying to buy the country of Greenland, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
Trump has with "varying degrees of seriousness" expressed an interest in trying to purchase the icy 811,000-square-mile island in the North Atlantic, according to the Journal, citing unnamed sources familiar with the deliberations.
Greenland is an autonomous Danish territory. Trump reportedly told advisers in one exchange last spring he'd heard that Denmark was having financial problems because of the subsidies it pays to Greenland, and wondered if he should buy it. "What do you guys think about?" Trump asked the room, a source told the Journal. "Do you think it would work?"
It's unclear what the price tag for the country would be, or whether Denmark would consider selling.
Officials with the Denmark's Royal House and the Danish embassy in Washington did not immediately respond to the Journal's request for comment on the talks.
Trump is scheduled to visit Denmark in September.
The United States has previously tried to buy the strategically located country, which has a population of just over 50,000. President Harry S. Truman offered to purchase it for $100 million in 1946, but Denmark declined the offer, the Journal noted, adding the U.S. had also looked into acquiring the country back in 1867.
Technically a part of North America, Greenland is between the Atlantic and Arctic oceans, and between Canada and Europe. The U.S. has an airbase there, which is part of the country's state-of-the-art ballistic missile early warning system and satellite tracking system.