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US-Britain Relations / Trump visit / Trump vs. Markle / Security #1137953

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 02, 2019
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(White House: Weijia Jiang) The controvesy over remarks made by President Trump about royal Meghan Markle before his state visit to Britain examined; details given about British politics with British Prime Minister Theresa May leaving office over Brexit. [In "The Sun" interview, TRUMP - says "I did not know she was "nasty."] Trump's tweet denying he called her "nasty" quoted. [On "Face the Nation," British foreign secretary Jeremy HUNT@- reacts to Trump backing Boris Johnson.] Trump's plans to visit France for D-Day anniversary celebrations noted.

(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(London; Charlie D'Agata) The security challenges for Trump's state visit examined; scenes shown from the 2018 protests during his working visit here & the open parks near Buckingham Palace. [Former Scotland Yard counterterrorism head Richard WALTIES?- cites the risks & threats.] [Former queen's bodyguard Simon MORGAN - cites the complex security issues in central London.]

Reporter(s):
Quijano, Elaine;
Jiang, Weijia
Duration:
00:03:50

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