Norwegian Head of State Erna Soldberg Admits to Teen Affair with President Trump

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Norwegian Head of State Erna Soldberg Admits to Teen Affair with President Trump

In news that has reverberated from Oslo, to Bergen, to Nordcap, Erna Soldberg, the 56-year-old Prime Minister of Norway, has admitted to have a short-lived amorous affair with U.S. President Donald J. Trump.

According to Prime Minister Soldberg, " I was young, free and adventurous. I met President Trump in Atlantic City, where I was a teen judge for the 1983 "Miss Universe Pageant." Soldberg went on to say, "It was my first time to America. I was overwhelmed by the grandeur of Atlantic City, and Donny was friendly. Very, very friendly."

Soldberg says that her history with President Trump will have no bearing on the upcoming North Atlantic Fisheries Treaty talks, where Soldberg is petitioning for a substantial increase in cod harvesting.

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