In promotional clips of Piers Morgan’s Monday night interview with Donald Trump, the former president said the Queen of England should strip “whipped” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of all their royal titles.
“The only thing I disagree with the Queen on, probably one of the only things ever, is that I think she should have said, ‘If that’s your choice, fine, but you no longer have titles, you know, and, frankly, don’t come around,’” Trump remarked in a clip released by The Sun.
“She said that many times. Her loyalty is to the country. And I think that he has been so disrespectful to the country, and it’s a great country,” he continued.
Trump admitted that he’s “not a fan” of Duchess Meghan Markle, and that she’s responsible for the Duke abandoning his royal duties to live in California with their two young children.
“I think Harry is whipped,” he snarked. “I won’t use the full expression, but Harry is whipped like no person I think I’ve ever seen.”
Trump said he hasn’t been a fan of Markle since the beginning of the couple’s courtship, and doesn’t like her influence on the prince.
“Poor Harry is being led around by his nose. And I think he’s an embarrassment And I think when she spoke badly of the Royal Family, but in particular the Queen,” he lamented.
Trump believes the marriage will ultimately end in divorce. “I’ve been a very good predictor, as you know. I predicted almost everything. It’ll end and it’ll end bad,” he posited.
“I want to know what’s going to happen when Harry decides he’s had enough of being bossed around,” the 45th president continued. “Or maybe when she decides that she likes some other guy better. I want to know what’s going to happen when it ends, okay.”
“And I wonder if Harry’s gonna go back on his hands and knees back into the beautiful city of London and say, please,” Trump concluded. “You know, I think Harry has been led down a path.”
Meanwhile, the Sussex’s have hired the PR agent who helped get former President Barack Obama a second term, and insiders have speculated that Markle might go into US politics.