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Italian Minister Salvini Predicts Cooperation With A 'Prime Minister Boris Johnson'

Newsmax Monday, 17 June 2019
Italian Minister Salvini Predicts Cooperation With A 'Prime Minister Boris Johnson'As much as President Trump was criticized for an early blessing of Brexiteer Boris Johnson to be the United Kingdom's next prime minister, Johnson's succession to Theresa May now seems so certain that other world leaders are weighing in behind him...
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