While America didn't deliver any F-52s to Norway, because they don't exist, we did deliver Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, because those do exist.
The F-52 fighter jets only exist in the campaign of Advanced Warfare, which is a futuristic Call of Duty title set in 2054.
It's the rare case of a comment being both outdated (the game was released in 2014) and debasedly speculative (the game is set in 2054).
There was one small problem with President boast about selling a bunch of F-52 fighter jets to.
In his speech delivered to the press in the White House Rose Garden, Mr Trump said: "In order to fulfil my solemn duty to the United States and its citizens, the USA will withdraw from the Paris climate accord, but begin negotiations to re-enter either the Paris accords or a really entirely new transaction, on terms that are fair to the United States". Three arrived at Ørland Air Base in November, spokeswoman Carolyn Nelson said. It now exists in 2014's installment of the popular Call of Duty franchise. In the game, players are at the helm of the jet soaring through a canyon, firing a chaingun and missiles in a scene which was basically a rip off of the Death Star run in "A New Hope".
The White House did not immediately respond to CNN's request for clarification on Trump's comments. With a $400 billion price tag that is double the original budget, the F-35 is the most expensive weapons program in history.
"It treated the United States very unfairly", he said. Instead of doing that, they could look at the United States as a me-first ally they'll follow if it works for them, but not as a foregone conclusion. Those missiles are compatible with the F-35, which will replace Norway's aging stocks of F-16s.
President Donald Trump did not respond to questions about his use of a vulgarity or his question about why the US should accept more immigrants from Haiti and African nations than from countries like Norway.
Trump during the conference also addressed recent remarks from American General Robert Neller, who told Marines stationed in the country that "there's a war coming, a big a- fight".