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Prince of Wales denies snubbing US vice president Mike Pence

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Prince of Wales denies snubbing US vice president Mike Pence

Prince of Wales denies snubbing US vice president Mike Pence

The Prince of Wales's office has denied claims he snubbed US vice president Mike Pence during an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

Clarence House said Charles did not ignore President Donald Trump's deputy during the World Holocaust Forum, held at Yad Vashem - the World Holocaust Remembrance Centre in Jerusalem - but had a "warm and friendly" chat earlier.

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