Trump Roasted On Twitter For Gaffe Over Selling Non-Existent “F-52” Jet Fighters To Norway

During a joint press conference with Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Wednesday, President Donald Trump boasted that the US had sold non-existent “F-52” jet fighters to Norway.

President Trump talked about trade relations between the two countries when he apparently made up a new fighter jet called “F-52” which does not exist. He may meant to say that the US has sold Norway 52 F-35s.

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“In November, we started delivering the first F-52s and F-35 fighter jets,” Trump said.

Trump who seemed to quickly catch his mistake tried to correct it.

“We have a total of 52 and they’ve delivered a number of them already, a little ahead of schedule,” Trump added: “it’s a $10 billion order.”

Soon, Twitter trolled Trump for his gaffe, depicting what that imaginary F-52 fighter jet would look like were there such a thing. They mocked the president for selling an aircraft so secret that even the military hasn’t heard of it.

A user jokingly asked whether the president plays “Call of Duty,” which features an aircraft called an F-52.

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