At the very least that title should follow her on her driver's license/insurance for the rest of her life.Charge her with vehicular manslaughter
So you think they shouldn't have been informed in advance that a meeting had been planned (and not privately, but in front of photographers)? If anyone's indignation is righteous, it's theirs- it seems like they're the ones who should have the most say in what happens as far as any meeting goes.How dare he try to steal their righteous indignation!
They'll get to closure when they are ready and not one second sooner...
...or they won't.
He was trying too hard to bring resolution to the issue.So you think they shouldn't have been informed in advance that a meeting had been planned (and not privately, but in front of photographers)? If anyone's indignation is righteous, it's theirs.
Seiger said the second surprise was that they had not expected to actually meet the president in person. But the third was the doozy.
“Thirdly that Mrs. Sacoolas was present in the building and fourthly that it was the president’s intention for Harry’s family to meet Mrs. Sacoolas in the Oval Office in front of several photographers in what was obviously designed to be a press call,” Seiger wrote in his statement.
The sarcastic line was more a response to the reaction I was reading.It happened in August.
The 'How dare he try to steal their righteous indignation' sarcastic line was out of place, imho, and not in character for you- it shouldn't have been too difficult for Trump (or whomever arranged that meeting- it wasn't necessarily him and could have been coordinated by staff) to realize that a behind-closed-doors deal with the family being informed in advance that the meeting was planned would have been a better choice- it's pretty obvious that the mother especially (seeing how emotional she is in interviews) would need to be prepared- this was way more than just a photo-op.
Not me. This was a mistake on Trump's part.LOL, another Trump fuckup in the long line of Trump fuckups.
No doubt his supporters think the mother refused Trump's gracious opportunity for healing and reconciliation because she wanted to milk her 15 minutes of fame for more MONEY