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Britain's Prince Charles appears to snub Pence

USATODAY.com Thursday, 23 January 2020
Britain's Prince Charles appeared to snub U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday during his arrival to the World Holocaust Forum event. (Jan. 23)
 
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News video: Buckingham Palace Clears Up Possible Beef Between Prince Charles And Mike Pence

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Buckingham Palace denied that Prince Charles intentionally snubbed Vice President Mike Pence. According to Business Insider, there is a video showing Charles not shaking Pence’s hand. The clip of him greeting everyone but Pence went viral, with 5 million people viewing the video. Royal officials...

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