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Jean-Claude Juncker says he avoids social media to miss 'drunk' and 'corrupt' insults

euronews Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker says he doesn't follow social media to avoid seeing comments calling him drunk or corrupt.
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