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Maj po. I'm David Greene. That was good morning in Klingon. That's the fictional language from "Star Trek," and you have to speak Klingon in order to understand a recent statement from a government spokesperson in Wales. When Darren Miller, an opposition politician, asked about possible UFO sightings at an airport, the spokesperson responded - in Klingon - that her boss would reply in due course. Miller told the BBC this confirmed his suspicion that members of the government were from another planet. It's MORNING EDITION.
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