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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Report introduced.
(London: Melissa Bell) The BBC interview of former President Obama by Britain's Prince Harry last September that was aired yesterday featured; scenes shown of the two men in studio. [OBAMA - offers views on the dangers of Internet information; answers lightning round two-choice questions.] The questions as to whether Obama will be invited to the royal wedding in May noted.
(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with royal commentator Kate Williams about the Obamas & British royalty. [WILLIAMS - explains why it is unlikely the Trumps will be invited, but perhaps the Obama daughters will attend, but not the Obama parents to avoid a diplomatic kerfuffle, the origin of the friendship between Obama & the prince.]
- Sciutto, Jim;
- Bell, Melissa
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