THE mother of Harry Dunn has today blasted Donald Trump saying "money won't bring him back" after it was claimed the President had offered them cash.
Harry, 19, was killed when a car travelling on the wrong side of the road crashed into his motorbike outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on August 27.
And his family has vowed to fight for justice after the suspect in the case, Anne Sacoolas, left the country after the crash and claimed diplomatic immunity.
Harry's parents travelled to the US to speak to Trump about the tragedy, with their spokesman Radd Seiger claiming the White House meeting had ended with the President telling him they were "all lined up to get the cheque ready".
Speaking about the family's trip to the White House last month, Mr Seiger said: "This is effectively what Trump said to me in the White House – he said Steven Mnuchin is standing by ready to write a cheque.
"So clearly the government are expecting to pay the bill.
"It was almost as if he let it slip out. When he said 'we've got the driver here', he basically meant we're all going to have a big hug and a kiss and I'll get my Treasury guy to write a cheque."
Mr Seiger said the more he thought about the President's words, "the more shocking it is".
Harry's mum Charlotte Charles today said the only thing that would help was justice for Harry – not money.
She said: "It's not going to bring Harry back.
"Justice has to be done. They all need to learn that this can't happen again and they need to learn that things need to be put into place to stop this."
The family said they wanted Ms Sacoolas to return to the UK to face the justice system.
Charlotte and Harry's dad Tim Dunn travelled to the US in an attempt for justice, but claimed they had been ambushed when the President told them Ms Sacoolas was at the White House.
Charlotte said Trump asked them three times to meet Sacoolas so she could "get some healing".
But the family said they only wanted to meet her with mediators and therapists.
Northamptonshire Police have submitted a file to the Crown Prosecution Service over the crash that killed Harry.
Superintendent Sarah Johnson said: “We can confirm that we have completed an interview of the suspect in connection with the death of Harry Dunn, the details of which will be provided to the CPS for consideration alongside the rest of the evidential file already submitted.”
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