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World leaders caught on camera apparently mocking Donald Trump

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Trump appeared to be the butt of a joke shared by Justin Trudeau to Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson and Princess Anne.
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