As Republicans Debate, a Rock is Discovered in Greenland That Resembles Donald J. Trump
All this, just before Republican presidential hopefuls such as Chris Christie, Florida Gov. Rick DeSantis, and Vivek Ramaswamy meet to debate on Wednesday night. Can it be a coincidence?
August 28, 2023
Will democrat prosecutors indict an outcropping of rock? Well, they might if it looks like Donald J. Trump. The former president's image appears on an outcropping of rock in the Arctic country, one of the world's most remote places.
All this, just before Republican presidential hopefuls such as Chris Christie, Florida Gov. Rick DeSantis, and Vivek Ramaswamy meet to debate on Wednesday night. All to the exclusion of Donald Trump, who chose instead to be interviewed by Tucker Carlson. Can it be a coincidence?
"Wind is coming from the right (wing)! 😅 Hopefully he will stay grounded there," tweeted one Greenland resident.
The former president suggested in 2018 that the United States look into buying the world's largest island. Not an entirely crazy idea, since the US bought the Virgin Islands from Denmark in 1927. However, that was a different time period, as modern Greenlanders enjoy self rule as part of the Danish Realm.
"Some where in Greenland… can you spot Trump? 📷: Facebook. #NaturePhotography," tweeted Orla Joelsen.
Greenland is one of three countries that form the Kingdom, the others being Denmark proper and the Faroe Islands. The citizens of all three countries are citizens of Denmark. As Greenland is one of the Overseas Countries and Territories of the European Union, citizens of Greenland are also granted European Union citizenship.
The capital and largest city of Greenland is Nuuk, formerly Godhavn. Greenland lies between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. It is the world's largest island, as well as the northernmost area of the world