Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau mock Putin at G7 summit

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Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau mock Vladimir Putin at G7 summit. Boris Johnson joked about Vladimir Putin with fellow world leaders as they met at the G7 summit in Germany. The Prime Minister and Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau discussed the Russian leader and his history of being photographed without a shirt.

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