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Woody Johnson: American businessman and diplomat
Robert Wood "Woody" Johnson IV is an American businessman and diplomat who is currently United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. He is a great-grandson of Robert Wood Johnson I. With his brother, Christopher, he is the owner of the New York Jets of the National Football League.

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UK ambassador defends reputation amid racist remark claims

uk ambassador defends reputation amid racist remark claims
LONDON (AP) โ€” Americaโ€™s ambassador to the UK has taken to Twitter to defend his reputation, rejecting allegations that he made insensitive remarks on race and gender. Robert โ€œWoodyโ€™โ€™..
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Woody Johnson: US ambassador to UK denies making racist comments

Woody Johnson says media reports he made insensitive comments about race and gender are "false".
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Trump Denies Talking to Ambassador About Moving British Open to His Resort

Ambassador Robert Wood Johnson IV did not deny the episode, but in a Twitter post he wrote that he did not violate any regulations.
NYTimes.com - Published

Trump's UK ambassador investigated for racist and sexist remarks, seeking business for Trump's golf course

The State Department's top watchdog investigated Robert Wood Johnson IV for alleging making sexist and racist comments, as well as boosting Trump's golf course.
USATODAY.com - Published

American killed in UK terror attack: 3 stabbed to death

american killed in uk terror attack: 3 stabbed to death
London โ€” An American man was among the three victims stabbed to death in a park in the English town of Reading that is being treated as a terror attack, the U.S. ambassador to Britain confirmed..
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Boris Johnson and Donald Trump have 'a lot in common', US ambassador says

Woody Johnson also predicts 'sensational' partnership between two leaders despite recent souring of US-UK relations
Independent - Published