Anne Sacoolas, the American woman who was the driver involved in a road accident in England, which killed a 19-year-old motorcyclist, has denied that she was driving on the wrong side of the road when the accident happened.
Harry Dunn was killed outright when the Volvo Mrs. Sacoolas was driving hit his bike near the RAF Croughton base in Northamptonshire where her husband is stationed.
Mrs. Sacoolas, 42, whose husband is a US intelligence officer, ironically showed little intelligence when she explained:
"I was driving on the right side of the road."
This, however, is not the correct side of the road, in England.
President Trump squirmed as he said:
"I believe it was going down the wrong way and that happens in Europe - you go to Europe, and the roads are opposite and it's very tough if you're from the United States."
But this is not correct, either. The roads in Europe are the same as in those in the US; they are, however, "opposite" in England.
Trump went on, nonsensically:
"That decision to make a right turn when you're supposed to make a left turn when the roads are opposite and she said that's what happened. It happens to a lot of people, by the way - but she said that's what happened."
It's thought that, although Mr Trump has tremendous sympathy with the dead boy's family, he stands by Mrs. Sacoolas' diplomatic immunity claim, and will not be sending her back to the UK to answer, in front of a court, for her poor driving skills, and lack of awareness as to what country she was driving in.