Published: Sat, June 08, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Here's what Donald Trump had to say about 'nasty' Meghan

Here's what Donald Trump had to say about 'nasty' Meghan

As for reports the Queen wants the Sussexes' to relocate to Africa to promote the Crown's interests, royal commentator Rob Shuter said on his iHeart Radio Show: "Meghan Markle is leaving Britain with her Prince and baby".

"'When you look at the entire conversation, it is clear he was referring to her previously nasty comments about the president, not the Duchess personally, ' Accuracy in Media national editor Carrie Sheffield told Fox News".

"I think it was in 2012, the Republican Party lost the female vote by 12 points". The POTUS was asked about these comments by The Sun, to which he said, "I didn't know that. I was going to because it was so falsely put out there", Trump said.

Last year, Duchess Meghan was at the event with the rest of the Royal Family. Honestly, I don't know her. "I didn't know that she was nasty".

The Hollywood actress said that Meghan is one tough cookie that doesn't pay any attention to her critics, despite the fact that they can be rather cruel and unforgiving sometimes. Here's what she has to say.

Trump said that Meghan had acted nastily by criticising him during the 2016 Presidential election.

"I think he is great", Trump said of Harry.

"Meghan was one of the girls who gave him a wide berth".

"I watched a lot of online videos and there were a lot of conversations with my co-actor to make sure we both feel comfortable with each other, because when you see Harry and Meghan together there is so much love between them".

Trump's state visit in the United Kingdom will continue on Wednesday with a commemoration of D-Day.

A state banquet was held on Tuesday, June 4, to welcome Trump and his family, with Queen Elizabeth II hosting the occasion.

This may have had an effect on Harry's interactions-or lack thereof-with the First Family.

Earlier this week Prince Harry and Meghan were absent from official events marking American President Donald Trump's visit to London, with the Duchess still on maternity leave at Frogmore Cottage.

The trip included a mix of political and ceremonial engagements, including state dinner at Buckingham Palace. Meghan was not in attendance.

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