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Harry Dunn's parents call on Trump to intervene over fatal crash: 'What if it was your child?'

Independent Monday, 14 October 2019
The parents of Harry Dunn, the 19-year-old killed in a crash caused by the wife of a US intelligence official in Britain, have called on Donald Trump to intervene in their search for justice, appealing to his fatherhood in asking what he would do if tragedy were to befall his own son.
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'Wrong setting': Dunn's parents reject Trump's offer 02:07

The parents of a British teenager killed in a car crash by a U.S. diplomat&apos;s wife were surprised to learn the woman was at the White House during their meeting with Trump Tuesday - and declined his suggestion that they be introduced to her there. Lisa Bernhard reports.

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