“I’m not a fan of hers, and I would say this – and she probably heard it – but, I wish Harry the best of luck, because he will need it,” Mr Trump replied.While Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have spoken on the upcoming election, they have not endorsed any candidate. Last month, Meghan participated in a with When We All Vote, a non-profit organization launched in 2018 by Michelle Obama.
In a video forthis week, Meghan, with Harry by her side, made a statement about National Voter Registration Day.
“Every four years we are told the same thing, that this is the most important election of our time. But this one is, ”Meghan said. “When we vote, our values are put into action and our voices are heard. Your voice reminds us that you matter, because you do, and you deserve to be heard.
Meghan, an American born in Los Angeles, can vote. Prince Harry, however, has said he cannot vote in these upcoming elections – nor can he vote in the UK his entire life.
“As November approaches, it is vital that we reject hate speech, disinformation and negativity,” he said.
“So as we work to reimagine the world around us, let us challenge ourselves to build compassionate communities,” Meghan said.
The couple did not mention Mr. Trump by name, but Meghan didin the old days. In a 2016 interview with Comedy Central’s Larry Wilmore, she called the Trump-era candidate a “divider.”
Meghan, who was an actress on the ‘Suits’ TV show at the time, also hinted at her support for Hillary Clinton. “You don’t just vote for a woman, if it’s Hillary, because it’s a woman,” she said. “But certainly because Trump made it easy to see that you don’t really want those kinds of people. ”
The couple quit their official duties as royals and left the UK for North America earlier this year. They currently reside in Los Angeles.