Japan's prime minister fell over and rolled into a bunker while playing golf with Trump
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took a spill while climbing out of a sand trap during a golf game with President Donald Trump on Sunday.
But while Trump had his back turned and missed the spectacle, a Japanese news helicopter caught it in full.
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The Trumps then traveled to Israel from May 22-23.
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Trump spent two days in Belgium from May 24-25 for the NATO summit.
Trump then arrived in Taormina where the G7 summit was being held.
On July July 6-8, President Trump spent time in Hamburg where he partook in bilateral meetings with other world leaders.
The president and first lady traveled to Paris on July 13-14, celebrating Bastille Day with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife.
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The first couple traveled to Naples, Florida on Sept. 14 in the aftermath of the devastating hurricane.
First lady Melania Trump traveled to Canada in September to mark the Invictus Games.
The first couple also traveled to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the devastating hurricane on Oct. 3.
The Trumps also visited Las Vegas on Oct. 4 after the deadly Las Vegas massacre left 58 dead.
After chipping his way out of the trap, the camera caught Abe hustling to climb out of the steep bunker only to lose his balance at the top, sending him rolling backwards. Abe emerged unharmed.
Luckily for Abe, his lapse in balance went largely unnoticed on the green. Luckily for the viewing public, nothing escaped the camera.
Watch the clip below:
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