Donald Trump has admitted that he didn’t like Meghan “from day one” and said that he’d split with Harry.


Nigel Farage, ex-US President Donald Trump, interviewed him about topics like the Royal Family, 2020 elections and wind turbines in Aberdeen.

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Donald Trump calls Meghan markle ‘disrespectful’

Donald Trump claims he did not like Meghan Markle “from day one”She predicted the end of her relationship to Prince Harry.

Interview with Nigel Farage: Former US President quick to slam the Duchess Of Sussex in an interview.

“I am not a fan of hers, I wasn’t since day one,”During the GB News interview, he said.

“Harry has been used horribly. Some day he will regret it.”

To Meghan, he said: “I think she’s been very disrespectful to the Queen, who’s such a great woman, such a great person, a historic person. I think she’s very disrespectful to the Royal Family and most importantly to the Queen.”

He said: “I think Harry has been used, and used terribly.”

Farage also questioned Trump about claims that Meghan had used her royal title in getting involved with US politics.

Trump stated: “She is trying to do things that I think are very inappropriate.”

Trump began the interview by changing his mind about Farage’s first query – suggesting that the ex-US President had been silenced in social media companies – to reiterate his oft-quoted lie that the 2020 presidential elections were rigged.

Farage took the baton and claimed “many Americans are concerned about election integrity”This was before it was implied that UK general election are undermined because of postal voting.

No evidence supports this claim. Multiple recounts have proven that Joe Biden won the 2020 election.

Trump described the January 6 insurrection in which many people were killed, including officers, as an “insurrection”. “protest”.

“I believe it was the biggest and most people I have ever spoken in front of,”He said.

He said: “And then unfortunately some bad things happened, but also the other side had some bad things happen.”

The businessman then suggested that his supporters’ crying on January 6 was proof that the election had not been stolen, as they wouldn’t have reacted this way emotionally.

Trump was not pushed by the ex-leader of the Brexit Party.

Later, Farage smiled animatedly as Trump mentioned Winston Churchill’s bust. This was later removed from the Oval Office By Barrack Obama.

The 45th President stated that he restored it back to its original position and looked at British PM “every day”During his term, calling he “very handsome”.

Trump answered a question about climate change when he was asked. “wind is ridiculous”And he said that turbines in Scotland were becoming rusty.

“You fly over and say ‘what a shame, what have they done,”He spoke of his experience flying over the UK to view wind turbines.

The ex-Republican leader was critical of turbines near Aberdeen and described them as “monsters”And “disgusting”.

Trump replied that the Queen is her. “fantastic woman”And that they had an evening “the likes of which you rarely see” together.

Trump refuted the claim that Prince Charles was bored during their meeting and discussed the environment.

Farage was Trump’s first foreign politician to meet after his election, even though he didn’t hold an elected seat.

On November 12 that year a photo was posted to Twitter of the two right wingers standing in front of the golden door of Trump’s apartment.

Both had gleeful smiles on their faces.

“We were both roaring with laughter,”Farage spoke to the New Yorker.

“We were two people who had been through quite an ordeal. But suddenly, you know, we’d won.”

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