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ANI News Thursday, 15 June 2017
*London [U.K.], June 15 (ANI) :Donald Trump is known to be the butt of jokes for many impersonators, and recently, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was seen impersonating the US President's unique oratorical style.*
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