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Donald Trump claims Boris Johnson suggested 'bombshell' on-camera meeting of Harry Dunn's parents and Anne Sacoolas

Telegraph.co.uk Wednesday, 16 October 2019
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News video: Trump says PM asked him to set up meeting with suspect and Harry Dunn's family

Trump says PM asked him to set up meeting with suspect and Harry Dunn's family 01:30

Donald Trump has said Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked him to set up a meeting between Harry Dunn's family and the suspect in the case of his death. Speaking at the White House on Wednesday, President Trump said he thought the teenager's parents were "ready" to meet 42-year-old Anne Sacoolas after...

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