Donald Trump Just Sold Fighter Jets To Norway That Only Exist In 'Call Of Duty'

During a White House press conference held on January 10, Donald Trump proudly announced the sale of several F-52 fighter jets to Norway. The only problem? The jets only exist in video game franchise, Call of Duty

Appearing alongside Norwegian prime minister Erna Solberg, Donald Trump stated:

"In November we started delivering the first F-52s and F-35 fighter jets. We have a total of 52 and they've delivered a number of them already a little ahead of schedule."

As it would appear, the POTUS misread his written statement, mixing up the number of the jets with the model itself – the actual model being F-35. Of course the mistake probably would have gone unnoticed if the fictional F-52 jet hadn't featured in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

As it is, the blunder was quickly picked up by the Washington Post, which, tongue firmly in cheek, asked: "Was it a secret advanced jet capable of beating its Russian counterparts?"

In any case, it looks like the US is well-equipped between fake Call of Duty aircraft and Command Sergeant Major John Wayne Troxell's foolproof method of beating ISIS with shovels. You cannot make this stuff up. 

By Astrid Van Laer, publish on 12/01/2018