Transcript for Trump meets D-Day vets on last day of UK visit
We begin with the latest from London. President trump and queen Elizabeth joining hundreds of veterans at a ceremony to commemorate the 75th anniversary of d-day as the president makes headlines with a new interview overnight. Our senior national correspondent Terry Moran starts us off with the latest. Good morning, Terry. Reporter: Good morning, robin. What a scene it is in Portsmouth, the main staging area. Queen Elizabeth, the last world leader who was an active participant in that war, a living witness. President trump right by her side but even on this solemn occasion, it shadowed a bit the president's own comments about the royal family and other things stirring a bit of controversy. This morning, as hundreds of veterans are gathering to commemorate d-day they're waiting for other things. On "Good morning Britain" with piers Morgan -- Do you think Meghan Markle's nasty or not. No, I didn't know she was nasty. I was referring she's nasty -- I was saying she was nasty about me and essentially I didn't know she was nasty about me but she's doing a good job. I hope she enjoys her life. Reporter: She's on maternity leave and didn't cross paths with president trump while he was here after he called her nasty when an interviewer told him Markle publicly criticized him. As misogynistic as he is and very vocal. Reporter: He was put on the spot about climate change. The president said he and Charles had a great conversation. He wants to make sure future generations have climate tt is good climate as opposed to a disaster and I agree. Reporter: While he wouldn't say whether he believes in climate change, he notes he's noticed a change. I believe that there's a change in weather and I think it changes both ways. Don't forget it used to be called global warming. Now it's called extreme weather. Reporter: As this trip winds down the president is looking back at a major issue in light of the latest shooting tragedy in Virginia Beach. Nobody has talked about silencers very much. I'll seriously look at it. I don't love the idea of it. I don't like the idea what's happening is crazy. Okay, it's crazy. Reporter: Those are the issues of today but that scene in Portsmouth, president trump and his remarks quoting a prayer that was written and read by president Franklin Roosevelt on the day of the d-day invasion, the solidarity between Britain and America remain, that's what this trip is about, George. The president heading to normandy tomorrow. Thanks very much.
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