Trump said of a sale to NATO allies airplanes from a computer game
The President of the United States Donald trump during a joint press conference with Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg confused brand sold in Scandinavian country aircraft and called model of the machine, existing only in a computer game. About it reports The Washington Post.
“In November we started to put the F-52 and F-35,” said the American leader. At the same time stressed that the amount of the transaction amounted to 10 billion dollars.
As suggested by observers, trump misread the message about the plan of sale machines 52 F-35. Named the F-52 exists only in the game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. The reservation has become the subject of ridicule users of social networks. Some users have suggested looks like a legendary aircraft, sold to Norway.
Trump just said we are selling the F-52s to Norway. Here’s an exclusive look at this exciting new aircraft. #f52 #stablegenius pic.twitter.com/OsN6kXNyar
— UnfairUnbalanced (@unfairunbalancd) 10 Jan 2018
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