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Wednesday August 23rd, 2017 9:56AM

LISTEN: What the Japanese think of President Trump

By Bill and Joel

We hear everyday what Americans think of President Trump. But what about other countries? WDUN's Bill and Joel asked Japanese historian and political commentator Yuki Oikawa that very question. They discovered that Japan isn't too different from the U.S. on many issues including losing jobs to China.

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