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Pence's office denies Prince Charles 'snub' after video posted online

FOXNews.com Friday, 24 January 2020
The press secretary for Vice President Mike Pence hit back at reports Thursday that he might have been “snubbed” by Prince Charles while at the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem.
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