The Duke and Duchess of Sussex support LGBT Pride month

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex support LGBT Pride month

"I've always liked him.he's been very positive about me and our country", the United States president said of former foreign secretary Johnson who recently put his hat in the ring for Tory leadership. Whether he meant that she, herself, was nasty - or her remarks directed at him were nasty - is debatable.

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, hold their newborn baby son in St George's Hall at Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England, May 8, 2019. "I didn't know that she was nasty", Trump reportedly told the outlet.

On the tape, the interviewer points out that Markle, who married the queen's grandson Prince Harry in 2018, had been critical of Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, saying "she'd move to Canada if you got elected; turned out she moved here".

His remarks came after an interview with the President was published by British newspaper The Sun on Saturday.

During the 2016 election campaign, the duchess - then Meghan Markle - called Trump "misogynistic" and "divisive".

Earlier this week, Trump also said he "may" meet Johnson and Nigel Farage during the trip. "Suits", the cable TV legal drama she starred in at the time, was filming in Toronto. Though, we expect him to maintain a discipline when he is answering questions.

Buckingham Palace had no comment on Trump's interview regarding Markle, according to the CNN report. But she says the answer - "was nasty" - could also refer to a person or to what the person said. I can say we have among the cleanest climate in the world right now.

"I never called Meghan Markle 'nasty, '" he wrote in the tweet.

In the Sun interview, Trump also spoke positively about Meghan when asked whether it was good for an American to be a member of the British royal family.

"We've got to have good relations with the U.S.A but I don't think we should be rolling out the red carpet".

Trump quickly attempted to smooth things over by adding that he believed she would make a "very good" princess. "Women are going to stand up together and speak out against the lunacy of his presidency", she said of Trump.

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