Donald Trump has claimed he could face cancel culture like Piers if he were to openly discuss the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview but added that he believed the Duchess of Sussex was no good.
The announcement came when Donald Trump’s senior adviser Jason Miller appeared on the War Room podcast, hosted by former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.
Jason Miller said that the former president told him he could make a little news by telling the people his feelings about the Oprah interview with Meghan and Prince Harry that included several bombshell revelations about life as royals.
Jason Miller said when relating the discussion with Donald Trump that when talking with the president, he was like, yeah, she’s no good, and that everyone was seeing it, but that if you said anything negative about Meghan Markle you got cancelled – look at Piers.
The former president was referring to Piers Morgan, the polarising host of Good Morning Britain who left his job after he said during a segment that he didn’t believe a word Meghan said in the Oprah interview, including her struggle with suicidal thoughts.
Following the admission and a string of complaints to ITV, including a formal one submitted by Meghan, it was announced that Piers Morgan would be leaving the morning program.
In a tweet, Piers Morgan reaffirmed the opinion he shared on Good Morning Britain that resulted in him no longer hosting the morning show, and that he said he didn’t believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview, and that he’d had time to ponder on his opinion, and that he still didn’t.
The latest statement from Donald Trump came after he previously called Meghan nasty when asked about comments made by the Duchess of Sussex that referred to him as misogynistic and divisive.
And according to a news outlet, Donald Trump said in 2019 that he didn’t know that she was nasty, but Donald Trump later tried to roll back the quote by insisting it was made up by the bogus news media.
One reason why the former president hasn’t formally commented on the Oprah interview with Meghan and Prince Harry could be because his tool of choice Twitter was no longer an available method of communication for him to talk to his followers.
Twitter has indicated that the former president was permanently forbidden from the platform following the deadly riots that took place at the US Capitol on 6 January. At the time, Donald Trump issued several tweets that the social media platform said encouraged violence.
But he doesn’t need Twitter when the press are willing to report on his every word, and of course, Meghan Markle described him as divisive and misogynistic and does Donald Trump even know what that means? And the man cancelled himself, he lost the election.
And for those out there saying that Donald Trump didn’t lose – Joe Biden is in the White House being called Mr President, which would clearly tell people that Donald Trump did lose.
Donald Trump was robbed of the election and most of the world knows it. The world also knows that Trump supporters are just as crazed as he is, and we know that the US initially voted for him in the past, but it just proves how brainwashed they really are.
But you have to take your hat off to Donald Trump for attempting to leap on the bandwagon, but people seem to overlook the calamitous visit he had with the Royals a few years back. They disliked him like many others, and he almost knocked the Queen down trying to make sure he had a great position in the photoshoot.