Donald Trump accuses Duchess of Sussex of being ‘disrespectful’ to the Queen

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Donald Trump has accused the Duchess of Sussex of being “disrespectful” to the Queen and the Royal Family.

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In an extensive interview with Nigel Farage, the former US president also said he thinks the Duke of Sussex has been “horrified”.

Mr Trump talked about a range of topics during the interview, which took place in Florida on Monday and will be broadcast on GB News.

The Queen with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (John Stillwell / PA) , PA Wire

Speaking about Meghan, Mr Trump said: “I’m not a fan of her. I haven’t from day one. I think Harry has been used badly and I think he’ll regret it someday.” .

According to GB News, he said: “I think Harry has been used and used a lot.

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“I think it ruined her relationship with her family, and it hurts the Queen.”

Responding to Mr Farage’s comments that Meghan used the Duchess of Sussex-led writing paper to lobby members of Congress, Mr Trump said: “She is trying to do things I think Very unfair.”

GB News said he told Mr Farage: “I think he is very disrespectful to the Royal Family and most importantly to the Queen.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex holding their son Archie (Toby Melville/PA) , PA Wire

During the interview, Mr Trump described the Queen as “a great woman, such a great man, a historical figure”.

This is not the first time Mr Trump has spoken about the royal family.

During his state visit to Britain in the summer of 2019, Mr Trump praised the Royal Family, saying: “The Queen and the entire Royal Family have been wonderful.

“Ties with the United Kingdom are very strong.”

He has criticized Meghan and Harry on several occasions.

Mr Trump said of the Duchess in The Sun in 2019: “I didn’t know she was filthy.”

And he tweeted after her departure from the Royal Family in 2020: “I am a great friend and admirer of the Queen and the United Kingdom.

“It has been reported that Harry and Meghan, who have left the kingdom, will remain in Canada permanently.

“Now they have left Canada for the US, however, the US will not pay for their security protection. They have to pay!”

Donald Trump and the Queen during a state banquet at Buckingham Palace (Dominic Lipinski/PA) , PA Archive

When the couple urged people to vote in the 2020 election, Mr Trump told reporters: “I am not his fan and I will say this, and he has probably heard it.

“But I wish Harry the very best, because he will need it.”

GB News said that in the interview Mr Trump is talking about Boris Johnson, the presidential election, events at the US Capitol on January 6, Black Lives Matter, the migrant crisis in the US and UK, Antifa and the question of whether he will Will run Back to the office.

Farage, The Trump Interview airs Wednesdays at 7 p.m. on GB News, available on Freeview 235, Sky 515 and Virgin Media 626.


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