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  2. We’ve all what? Murdered someone and hid behind diplomatic immunity while we flee to another country?

    Unfortunately the article doesn’t provide for more context than this.

    > Donald Trump has defended the wife of a US diplomat who killed a British teenager in a road accident, suggesting it is difficult to drive on the other side of the road and that “we’ve all done it”.

    That’s grotesque. I can’t even fathom how he’d say this. I’ve never accidentally killed someone, let alone fled the country to escape repercussions.

  3. Wait, what?

    Edit via DDale8 on twitter:

    > Trump is talking about the wife of the US diplomat who killed a UK teen in an auto accident and fled the UK, claiming immunity. He says it sometimes “happens” that Americans drive on the wrong side of the road there. “It was an ACCIDENT. It was a terrible accident,” he says. Trump seemed to say that he himself has accidentally driven on the wrong side of the road in the UK: “Those are the opposite roads…I won’t say it ever happened to me, but it did. When you get used to driving in our system…”


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