An official Twitter account for US President Donald Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, meant to promote pro-Trump messages and combat "fake news", was mocked by Twitter users as it pushed back at CNN on Saturday, claiming the outlet had misrepresented Trump's comments about Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex.
Charles, Camilla, William, Kate, Harry and even Prince Andrew will spend time with the US President during his three-day visit - but Meghan is expected to stay at Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, with her three-week-old son.
She tweeted: "While these are great gift ideas. this story is untrue, and I was actually in town for work".
He went on to call her a "very good American princess" and shared his hopes that she would "succeed". What can I say?
She said: 'I'm voting for Hillary Clinton, not because she is a woman, but because Trump has made it easy to see that you don't really want that kind of world that he's painting'. "Women are going to stand up together and speak out against the lunacy of his presidency", she said of Trump.
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Obviously, Harry didn't take his advice, and there are surely some bitter feelings regarding Thomas's attempt to stop the wedding. According to Entertainment website Page SIx, Priyanka gave a miss to Meghan's baby shower in NY due to their fallout.
"She will be very good, she will be very good", he said.
Prince Harry, who is known to have a fiery character, will be among the royals accompanying Queen Elizabeth to greet President Trump Monday on his arrival in the gardens of Buckingham Palace and will co-host with the British monarch a lunch for the visitors.
Mr Trump's comments come ahead of his official state visit to the United Kingdom next week, when he will be accompanied by his wife, Melania, and four adult children.
Apparenlty, Meghan Markle has been critical of Donald Trump in the past and now he's learning about her comments. Meghan and Harry have already expressed their intent to give Archie Harrison a normal life. In an interview with the Sunday Times Magazine, she was asked whether the criticism Meghan has faced is linked to racism and she replied, "For sure, 100 per cent". USA officials say Trump was merely defending himself and that his description of her shouldn't be taken literally.
US President Donald Trump has said British former foreign minister Boris Johnson would make an "excellent" prime minister to replace Theresa May.