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Commentary: 4 reasons Norwegians won't go near Trump's welcome mat

Recently, President Donald Trump allegedly voiced his desire for "more people from places like Norway" to immigrate to the U.S.

That's just not going to happen.

Last year, I advised 24 law students studying the law and culture of Norway. During spring break, we traveled to Tromso and Oslo, Norway, to interview lawyers, nongovernmental organizations and business people about a variety of the country's legal issues. Based on our visit, here's why the president is wrongheaded in thinking that

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