Donald Trump today boasted of the United States' sale of 'F52' aircraft to Norway. They don't exist, other than elements in the popular video game 'Call of Duty.'
In a joint press conference Wednesday with Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of Norway, Trump said the US was selling Norway a fighter aircraft that is literally a thing of fiction.
The President of the United States said Norway had already begin receiving deliveries of the first American-made "F-52s."
"In November, we started delivering the first F-52s and F-35 fighter jets," he blurted.
"Trump was supposed to be speaking at the White House to announce Norway's purchase of 52 F-35 jets from American aerospace firm Lockheed Martin," according to reports.
"We have a total of 52 and they've delivered a number of them already, a little ahead of schedule," Mr Trump said on Wednesday, adding "it's a $10 billion order."
Norway received the first three F-35 fighter jets in November as part of efforts to increase the strength of its air force.
Below, a view of the cockpit from COD gameplay.
The F-52's capabilities look really impressive pic.twitter.com/WI2DzIaQwt
— Alexander Clarkson (@APHClarkson) January 10, 2018
Trump just blurted out the US had sold F-52's to Norway.
F-52s. An aircraft so secret, even the military hasn't heard of it.
I, however, was able to secure this highly classified image.
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) January 10, 2018
Today we were introduced to the Prime Minister of #Normay
— Bryan Dawson (@BryanDawsonUSA) January 11, 2018