LONDON (AP) – US President Donald Trump said he had intended to interfere in the case of an American diplomat woman who had quickly left the United Kingdom on the wrong track after an allegedly deadly crash and would lift her diplomatic immunity and to bring her back to Britain against charges.
Trump called the event "a terrible accident" on Wednesday and said his government would try to talk to the driver "and see what we can come up with." He noticed that the British are driving on the left side of the road, while in the US people are driving on the right side of the road.
"The woman was driving on the wrong side of the street," said Trump. "And that can happen."
British police say the 42-year-old woman was a suspect in a clash between a car and a motorcycle near RAF Croughton, a British military base in England that is being used by US Air Force. The 1
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office said the Prime Minister had talked with Trump and "called on the President to reconsider the US position so that he could return to Britain, cooperate with the police and allow Harry's family to do justice Experienced.
Johnson also urged the woman to return to the UK to investigate.
The woman's name was not officially released.
The teenager's family met with British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab and said that they left angry and disappointed.