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Trump 'friend' Boris Johnson, who was born in the US, is the favorite to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May

USATODAY.com Friday, 24 May 2019
Boris Johnson was born in New York City to British parents and is the former mayor of London. President Donald Trump has called him a 'friend.'
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