Priyanka Chopra Defends Meghan Markle, Thinks She's A Victim Of Racism

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Mr Trump has also denied calling the Duchess of Sussex "nasty" after he was confronted with comments she made before the 2016 USA elections saying she would leave the country if he won.

In 2016, while Ms Markle was working as an actor, she described Mr Trump as "misogynistic" and "divisive", adding that she would be tempted to move to Canada in the event he won the presidential race.

According to CBS News, while Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, plan to meet the Royal Family in June, Meghan Markle has decided not to attend any of the festivities. But debate on social media since then has raged over whether his use of "nasty" referred to the duchess herself or the negative things she said about him in 2016. "I hope she does (succeed)", Trump said, referring to Markle's role as a member of the British Royal Family. I didn't know that, no, ' he said. "I hope she is OK", he told the paper. Asked by the British tabloid newspaper The Sun for his opinion on the 12 candidates to replace her, Trump said, "I think Boris would do a very good job".

Last month, Harry and Meghan purged their Instagram account's list of users they followed, even unfollowing their own royal family members, and replaced everyone with a select number of charities and other groups to promote Mental Health Awareness Month. "She will be very good".

"Meghan who is now Duchess of Sussex, we have given her a different name, she can't make it because she has got maternity leave".

Priyanka Chopra isn't going to let rumors of a feud get in the way of her friendship with Meghan Markle.

Pence says US-Canada relationship has 'under no circumstances been stronger'
Just after meeting Trudeau, Pence confirmed that the White House submitted a statement of administrative action to the U.S. Trudeau reiterated the Canadian view that the deal is done, and not open to further negotiation.

As for May, Trump criticized her handling of Brexit negotiations with the European Union, saying she "didn't give the European Union anything to lose". "I think he would be excellent".

The post said "We stand with you and support you".

Flying aboard Air Force One, the United States president and First Lady Melania Trump took off from an air base near Washington DC on Sunday evening local time and are due to land at Stansted Airport on Monday morning.

Trump is set to pay a visit to Ireland for the first time ever this week.

He's calling her "nasty" ahead of his trip to London where Meghan won't meet with him.

Regarding Brexit, Trump criticized May's efforts, saying he thought that "the United Kingdom allowed the European Union to have all the cards".