Although Meghan Markle and Prince Harry encouraged people to reject hate speech and vote on November 3rd, the current POTUS still only had hateful words to talk about the former Duchess. Donald Trump previously made it clear that he is not a huge fan of Meghan Markle and now he emphasizes that even more!
The Donald slammed Meghan for reminding United States citizens that this is “the most important choice of our lives” and encouraging them not to skip the voting process during their TIME100 video yesterday.
Back then, this morning, a reporter was curious about Trump’s opinion and asked him, “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle voted for the US elections, essentially encouraging people to vote for Joe Biden. [Can we] Do you have your reaction to it? ‘
Trump highlighted Meghan before attacking her marriage, insisting that he was not a fan of her. And I would say that, and she probably heard that, but I wish Harry the best of luck because he’s going to need it. Ouch!
Did Donald Trump really call the Duchess of Sussex “evil”?
He clarifies his comment and says, “I think she is doing very well.”
He adds that Prince Harry was “a great guy” and “couldn’t have been nicer”. pic.twitter.com/ARwcyheeiv
– Good Morning Great Britain (@GMB) June 5, 2019
As you may know, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry didn’t drop names when it comes to who they support in the presidential election, but many think it’s clear that they encouraged the American people to vote for Joe Biden, by saying that it is the best important choice.
Both Meghan and Harry encouraged Americans to vote for Biden, but Donald Trump only attacks them. Shocker. pic.twitter.com/XZqGEs9yPl
– Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) September 23, 2020
“As we approach this November, it is important that we avoid hate speech, misinformation and negativity online. What we consume, what we are exposed to and what we deal with online really affects us all, ”Harry explained on the Time100 video.
Donald Trump’s dislike of Meghan Markle has been evident since the 2016 election when she made it clear she voted for Hilary Clinton and proclaimed him “divisive” and “misogynist.”
In response, Trump called her “angry” and even later tried to deny it, despite the audio recording that proved he had said it.