Donald Trump vows to 'find a way forward' on Harry Dunn diplomatic immunity row

Donald Trump has pledged to “find a way forward” in the diplomatic immunity row that has erupted after a British boy was killed in a car crash allegedly involving the wife of an American intelligence agent.

During a phone call with Boris Johnson on Wednesday, the US president said he was committed to finding a solution as soon as possible following the death of Harry Dunn and wished to send his condolences to the family.

At a press briefing in the White House on Wednesday night, Mr Trump appeared to defend the intelligence agent’s wife by saying that Americans driving on the other side of the road in the UK “happens”.

When asked about the young motorcyclist's death, he said: “The woman was driving...

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