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With the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, every detail of the next fortnight has been planned and rehearsed to the finest detail — and was even signed off by the monarch herself. There have been regular meetings for decades between the many agencies involved, from central and local government departments to military and religious authorities and representatives of the other 14 countries where she was also head of state. Prince Charles automatically became King upon the death of his mother. He will be known as King Charles III. He is now head of state not just in the UK but in 14 other Commonwealth realms including Australia and Canada. He will also become head of the 56-member Commonwealth, although that is not a hereditary position after his succession to the role was agreed by Commonwealth leaders at a meeting in London in 2018.
Just as we called it here on the Andy and Amanda Show, The DOJ is appealing the decision to order a special master to review evidence seized in the Mar-a-Lago search!