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Wie avoids Trump talk before US Women's Open

BBC Sport Wednesday, 12 July 2017 ()
Wie avoids Trump talk before US Women's OpenMichelle Wie says she wants to inspire "a lot of young women" during the US Women's Open at a course owned by US President Donald Trump.
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