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Note how thick those car doors! Can't open from inside! Red guards parade: just walking, not knee high kicking step! Teresa May only hand-shakes with Trump, no hug (not formal? not official approved?)
Amazing Grace is a signature !
Published on Jul 12, 2018
Theresa and Philip May stand alongside Donald and Melania Trump on the steps of the palace to listen to Liberty Fanfare, the National Emblem, and a special arrangement of Dear Lord and Father of Mankind with Amazing Grace, played by the guards.
There are bagpipes mixed in to the arrangement, in a nod to Mr Trump's Scottish connections.))
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