Speaking of Meghan in front of the former Brexit Party leader, Trump said, “I’m not a fan of her. I haven’t been to her since day one. I think Harry was terribly abused and I think he will regret it one day.” “I think it destroyed his relationship with his family as well as the queen,” he added.

Some time ago, in response to Meghan using ‘Duchess of Sussex’ letterhead in a letter to US politicians asking them to support paid parental leave, Trump said: “She does things that I think are very inappropriate.”

“I’m not taking it as a political issue” – the Duchess later defended herself in an interview with the New York Times. “Certainly in my husband’s family and in the royal family there is a custom not to engage in politics, but paid leave, in my view, is a humanitarian issue” – she noted.

In an interview scheduled to air on GB News tonight, Trump described the Queen as “a wonderful woman, a great person, and a historical figure.” This isn’t the first time a former president has spoken so positively about the royal family.

During his state visit to the United Kingdom in the summer of 2019, Trump repeatedly praised the British monarchy. However, he has criticized Meghan and Harry on numerous occasions. After they left the royal family in 2020, he wrote on Twitter: “I am a big friend and fan of the Queen and the UK.”

“It was reported that Harry and Meghan, who left the kingdom, will reside permanently in Canada. Now they have left Canada for the United States, but the United States will not pay for their protection. They will have to pay for it themselves! – he wrote.

When the royal couple urged them to vote in the 2020 election, Trump declared to reporters, “I’m not a fan of her and I can say it again, though she may have already heard it. But I wish Harry the best of luck because he’s going to need it.”

Metro.co.uk / Jagoda Q.

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