Trump says he is ‘not a fan’ of Meghan and wishes Prince Harry ‘the best of luck’


TORONTO – US President Donald Trump remarked that he was “not a fan” of the Duchess of Sussex and cheekily wished her husband Prince Harry good luck after the royal couple encouraged Americans to vote in the next presidential elections. During a White House press briefing on Wednesday, a reporter asked Trump for his reaction to the Duke and Duchess’ recent comments on the US election in which they “essentially encouraged people to vote for Joe Biden” .

Trump replied, “I’m not a fan of hers and I would say this… and she probably heard that… but I wish Harry luck because he’s going to need it.” ”

During an appearance on ABC, to name TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people list on Tuesday night, the royal couple shared a video message urging viewers to vote.

“Every four years we are told, ‘This is the most important election of our life.’ But this one is, ”the former“ Suits ”actress said in the video.

“As November approaches, it is essential that we reject hate speech, misinformation and negativity online,” Prince Harry added.

None of the royals mentioned Trump or his Democratic rival Biden by name during the appearance.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are TIME 100 alumni, having been appointed to it in 2018.

After stepping down from royal duties earlier this year, the couple have become more outspoken about their political beliefs.

While the Duchess can vote in the November election because she retained her US citizenship after marrying Harry, the prince will not be able to.

The royal couple currently live in California with their 16-month-old son Archie.


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