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Boris Johnson Working On His Golf Skills To Woo Trump

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Boris Johnson Working On His Golf Skills To Woo Trump

Boris Johnson Working On His Golf Skills To Woo Trump

Business Insider reports that Boris Johnson is working on his golf skills.

Johnson hopes being good at gold will help the UK secure a favorable trade deal with US President Donald Trump.

Johnson booked time off "to practice the game at a course near his Oxfordshire home" before becoming prime minister in July.

President Trump is well known for his love of golf.

World leaders like Japanese leader Abe Shinzo have sought to woo him on the course.

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