President Donald Trump gave an interview to Piers Morgan in London, where he again tried to explain that he did not call Meghan Markle “filthy”, despite the fact that during his The Sun interview he said he did not know Meghan because he was “filthy” was because they publicly criticized him in 2016.
According to Trump, he thought what she said was filthy, not that she was a filthy person. “You know, the question was asked to me and I didn’t know she said anything bad about me,” he began. “It sounds like she did it, and that’s okay, I mean, join the crowd, you’ve heard it too, but it looks like she did it and they said something about what she said, and it is actually on the tape And I said wow, I didn’t know she was nasty, I didn’t mean she was nasty, I said she was nasty about me, and essentially I didn’t know she was nasty about me. “But you know what? She is doing well. ” I hope she enjoys her life, I like her very much, to be honest, I don’t know her, so I have to be honest, I don’t know her … “he came back.
He later acknowledged that she has the right to have her own opinion about him, but he should not, like the US president, say mean things about her in public. “That’s okay for her to be nasty,” he said. “It’s not good for me to be mean for her.”
Trump also closed the idea that his meeting with Prince Harry was completely uncomfortable because of the annoying commentary drama by Meghan Markle. “I have [had the opportunity to talk to Prince Harry],” he said. “I congratulated him, I think he is a great guy, the royal family is very nice.” He repeated again that there was no truth in rumors that Harry had avoided the Trump family. “He [Harry] couldn’t have been nicer.”
Did Donald Trump really call the Duchess of Sussex 'nasty'?— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) 5. června 2019
He clarifies his comment and says 'I think she's doing very well'.
He adds Prince Harry was 'a terrific guy' and 'couldn't have been nicer'. pic.twitter.com/ARwcyheeiv