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Donald Trump thinks he’ll get along ‘very well’ with Boris Johnson

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Donald Trump thinks he’ll get along ‘very well’ with Boris Johnson

Donald Trump thinks he’ll get along ‘very well’ with Boris Johnson

US President Donald Trump says he likes Tory leadership candidate Boris Johnson, with the UK's next prime minister to be announced next week.

Mr Trump said he had spoken to the former foreign secretary the day before and that he thinks he will do a good job as PM.

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