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Donald Trump 'bullied and got nasty' with Theresa May during phone calls, officials claim

Independent Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Former prime minister got nervous and flustered during 'humiliating' conversations with US president, Carl Bernstein investigation reveals
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