Trump denies calling Duchess Meghan 'nasty'

Trump denies calling Duchess Meghan 'nasty'

As IJR Blue reported, the American-born-turned-royal Meghan previously joked about switching residency to Canada if Trump were elected during the 2016 presidential election, as she called him "divisive" and "misogynistic".

Posters argued claims that the President had called Meghan nasty were "misleading", suggesting instead he was simply referring to her comments about him. "I didn't know that she was nasty". No, I hope she is OK.

"I didn't know that".

Donald Trump says that he was unaware of it until someone told him recently. A lot of people got to know her after everything, but I knew her before and she's the same chick. Despite royal protocol, Meghan and Harry have shown more PDA than most royal family members, if not all. "I hope she is OK", he added, according to the news outlet - before insisting she would be "a very good" American princess.

"During his state visit to the United Kingdom the president and I will be taking part in an historic commemoration of the D-Day landings and the sacrifice our armed forces made 75 years ago".

Meghan Markle is now on maternity leave but has previously made her dislike of Trump well known.

The Duchess, who just gave birth a couple of weeks ago, is likely to be hanging out at Frogmore Cottage with her newborn son, Archie, enjoying the peace and privacy of her maternity leave.

Overall, Trump predicted Meghan will make "a very good" royal, adding that he was "sure she will do excellently".

"I think my children will be meeting them", Trump said.

(L-R bottom row) The royals - Prince William of Cambridge, Prince Charles of Wales, Camilla of Wales, Kate Middleton of Cambridge, Prince Andrew of York, Princess Beatrice of York and Princess Eugenie of York - attended the wedding in full force in their fashionable best.

TRUMP: "I made no bad comment" - he told reporters Sunday when asked about the comment as he left the White House for the trip to London.

Meghan has been a vocal critic of the U.S. president in the past and backed his political rival Hillary Clinton.

It is quite something that between Meghan Markle and Donald Trump, it was the latter that was the more tactful.

Notably, Trump's UK visit comes at a time when UK Prime Minister Theresa May is all set to resign as a leader on June 7.

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