President Donald Trump attacked Meghan Markle from the White House platform after she and Prince Harry videoed a message urging Americans to vote, implying they support Democrat Joe Biden.
Donald Trump said that he wasn’t a fan of hers and said that he wished Harry a lot of luck because he was going to need it.
Harry and Meghan, are now ensconced in their Los Angeles mansion as Election Day approaches after renouncing their royal titles, made their comments only weeks before the November 3 elections, with Americans in some states already going to the polls.
And the President’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski teed off on the couple and he said that they made Britain great again by leaving and he hoped that they do the same for them.
Corey Lewandowski, now a senior 2020 advisor to the Trump campaign told a news outlet that Harry and Meghan’s remarks via the video they made, made mad waves on both sides of the Atlantic.
Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller indicated, however, he saw no such intention in Prince Harry’s comments.
Meghan Markle told Marie Claire in August that she intended to vote, saying that she knew what it’s like to have a voice, and also what it’s like to feel voiceless. She continued that she also knew that so many men and women have put their lives on the line for us to be heard.
And that it was an opportunity and a basic right, and that it was a person’s ability to exercise their right to vote and to make all voices heard.
Before marrying Harry but after Donald Trump’s election, Meghan Markle called Donald Trump misogynistic and divisive in a TV appearance, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle crossed the line by speaking out about the US election and effectively telling Americans to vote against Trump, royal insiders believe.
And while Harry and Meghan did not name their preferred contender, numerous viewers thought it was evident they were backing Joe Biden over Donald Trump, although a source close to Harry repudiated this.
Royal experts told a news outlet that the couple should give up their titles and sever their ties to the monarchy for good if they wanted to remark on US politics, while insiders told the Times that palace aides would be concerned about their intervention.
I must admit though President Trump’s comment that he made was quite restrained because usually he only has admiration for himself and the rest of the world that he only tolerates, so Harry and Meghan should reflect on that.
And who cares what Donald Trump thinks, although I’m certainly not a royalist, but if it gets up Donald Trump’s nose, then Harry and Meghan are doing something right.
Although I do find it amusing how everyone wanted Trump in the beginning and now they’re not so sure and it just demonstrates how inconsistent people can actually be.
Perhaps Meghan Markle believes she could be the next President and perhaps that’s where she believes she’s going. Sadly though Meghan Markle latches on to any cause that’s trending, hops on to any bandwagon that’s thriving, uses anybody that’s popular and parrots anyone that’s succeeded and she rides on other peoples coat tails – and Harry, well, he’s just a disappointment.
And now we have one self-serving narcissist who’s not a fan of another self-serving narcissist – what a surprise, but then Donald Trump has always been a male macho oinker who always blames the women in the story, making out that men have lost their free will.