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President Trump said he was shocked by Meghan Markle's "angry" remark about him



President Donald Trump has voiced his shock at Meghan Markle's "angry" comments about him – but believes she will make a great American princess.

The US leader may expect a lavish reception from Queen Charles and Harry in Buckingham Palace on Monday.

Trump spoke with The Sun at the Oval Office about his great honor of seeing the 93-year-old monarch again and how he is ready to talk to the Prince of Wales about climate change. [19659003] It is believed that relations with Meghan are much frostier – yet Trump praised the new mother generously.

Officially, she will miss the features of next week's pregnancy with three-week-old son Archie. However, it is believed that she and Trump are kept apart to avoid embarrassing confrontation.

LA-born Meghan, 37, accused him of being "misogynist" and "fissile" during his presidential campaign in 201

6. The ex-actress "Suits" also promised to vote for his rival Hillary Clinton.

Trump, who was told by The Sun of Meghan's barb, insisted it was the first time he heard her. He said, "I did not know, what could I say, I did not know she was evil."

When Meghan said he had threatened to go to Canada, if he won in 2016, he countered, " Many people move here (to the US). "

He also announced that he had no idea that he would not meet Meghan on his three-day state visit to the UK, saying," I did not know that. I hope she's fine.

Instead of attacking Meghan in his usual manner, the president seemed ready to mend fences – and at the same time say that she could flourish in her new role. He predicted that she would make a "very good" American princess.

When she joined the royal family, he added, "It's beautiful, and I'm sure she'll do a great job. She will be very good. I hope she succeeds.

Meghan said in an interview on the US talk show "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" (2016) why she did not like Trump, saying, "It really is the moment I go. We're turning & # 39; suits & # 39; in Toronto and I could just stay in Canada.

"Yes, of course, Trump disagrees, just think about female voters, right?" She said. "I think it was 2012 the Republican Party has lost the women's voice by 12 points."

"This is a huge number and as misogynist as Trump, and so vociferous that it's a huge part of it."

She added: I do not just vote for a woman if it's Hillary (Clinton). Yeah, you agree because she's a woman, but surely because Trump has made it easy to realize that you do not really want that kind of world he paints. "

Trump on his journey 49-year-old First Lady Melania is also ready to talk to Charles about tea and tea next week.

The Prince is expected to appeal to the President over his controversial decision to withdraw America from the Paris Climate Change Agreement last year. [19659003] Trump told The Sun about the encounter: "I've met Charles before. I like Charles. I like that very much. We will talk. I can say we currently have one of the cleanest climates in the world. "

" Our air and water are running very well. We hope that other countries can do that too. You know, it's a big atmosphere and frankly, if it's a country is going bad and other countries are going well, the country that is good will be punished, which is unfair.

In a note of how much Trump appreciates the honor of his state visit and is hosted by the Queen, he brings all four of his adult children and their spouses with them to share the experience.

And he wants Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric and Donald Jr. to hold a next-generation meeting with Prince William and Harry The President said, "I think my kids will meet her, it would be nice."

He explained, "I bring some of the family with you, they will be there and we are very honored by the trip, it will be great to see the queen for the second time."

"We joined very good conversation the first time. We had many interesting things to say. It was really a great visit. My mother also loved the queen.

This article originally appeared in The Sun.


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