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State Dept Spokesman Mark Toner Reacts to Boris Johnson Foreign Minster Appointment

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US State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner was dispassionate in his reaction to news that former Mayor of London Boris Johnson had been appointed British foreign secretary by the newly appointed British Prime Minister Teresa May, speaking from Washington DC, Wednesday.

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