& # 39; I didn't know she was nasty & # 39 ;: Trump is shocked by Meghan Markle's criticism of him and is surprised to hear that he will not meet her during the British state visit, but insists that she will flourish as a royal and a & # 39; very good & # 39; princess
- Donald Trump expressed surprise at the comments Meghan made about him
- President Trump said that the comments of the Duchess of Sussex & # 39; nasty & # 39; goods
- However, he also said he believes Meghan a & # 39; amazing American princess & # 39; will make
- New mother Meghan will not get the Trumps because she is still on maternity leave
Donald Trump expressed surprise at the Duchess of Sussex's remarks about him when he was elected President in 2016.
Meghan once called the president & # 39; misogynistic & # 39; and & # 39; divided & # 39; and Mr. Trump said in an interview that he & # 39; no idea & # 39; had the comments and was surprised by them.
In anticipation of his visit to the UK on Monday, Mr. Trump said he did not know she would not meet him.
However, the president still praised the new mother and said she was a & # 39; very good American princess & # 39; and that he hopes she would & # 39; succeed & # 39 ;.
President Donald Trump has revealed his astonishment at the & # 39; nasty & # 39; comments made by the Duchess of Sussex about him
Meghan will officially miss the state visit because she is on maternity leave with baby Archie, but sources claim they are absent to prevent a potentially uncomfortable collision with the American president.
Meghan was a vocal supporter of Hilary Clinton and said during an interview in 2016 that & # 39; you don't want to live in the kind of world that he (Trump) paints & # 39 ;.
Speaking about the Duchess's comments the sun, President Trump said: & # 39; I didn't know that. What can I say? I didn't know she was nasty. & # 39;
He later added that he was happy to see her as a part of the royal family, and said, "It's nice, and I'm sure she'll do great." She will be very good. I hope she does (succeed). & # 39;
Meghan seems to miss the state visit because she is still on maternity leave after the birth of baby Archie
President Trump also revealed that he was looking forward to meeting the queen and described it as a great honor.
He added that he would be willing to discuss climate change with Prince Charles and defended his decision to remove the US from the Paris climate agreement last year.
Charles, Camilla, William, Kate, Harry and even Prince Andrew will spend time with the American president during his three-day visit.
A private lunch on Monday will meet the Queen and Prince Harry the President, but the Duchess of Sussex will stay at home with baby Archie.
President Trump revealed how he looked to meet the queen again during his state visit (depicted with the queen in 2018)
After this, Mr. and Mrs. Trump, accompanied by Prince Andrew, visit Westminster Abbey, where the president lays a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior.
Then they take a short tour of the abbey.
The day will continue with the President and First Lady at The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall for tea at Clarence House.
& # 39; In the evening, The Queen is organizing a state banquet at Buckingham Palace and both Her Majesty and the president will give speeches.
The following morning, the president and Theresa May will jointly organize a business breakfast meeting attended by The Duke of York, at St. James & # 39; s Palace, with prominent British and American business leaders.
Mr. Trump is reportedly bringing his adult children when he visits the UK – daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, both president's advisers, along with her brothers Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.
Trumps to be welcomed with massive cannon salute on their arrival in London
British soldiers will honor the state visit of Donald Trump and his wife Melania with two salute shots of 41 soldiers in London, timed to shoot just when the president arrives.
While the UK rolls the red carpet, the President of the United States and the First Lady receive a formal ceremonial welcome with a guard of honor from the Nijmegen company of the grenadier guards at Buckingham Palace.
The Royal Guns salutes – fired only on special occasions including state visits – will be followed by a further salute of 41 guns in nearby Green Park by The King & Troop Royal Horse Artillery.
Then another 62 salute shots will be delivered by the Honorable Artillery Company in the Tower of London.
The second greeting is to commemorate the anniversary of the coronation of the Queen, which falls on Sunday 2 June.
But it will also happen to be marked on Monday – the first day of Mr. Trump's three-day visit to Britain – because fireworks alps are never fired on Sundays.
In total, London will witness 185 cannons fired for the two special events.
Before the soldiers, horses and guns arrive, the Royal Artillery Band plays a selection of festive music close to the shooting position.
Seventy-one horses pulling six field pistols from the 13th pounder of the First World War, then take dramatic action to place them in position for the double greeting.
At the word of command, each of the six guns will fire empty artillery rounds at ten-second intervals until eighty-two shots have been fired.
The horses and riders then collect the weapons and guide them back to the Wellington barracks in Birdcage Walk.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Defense said: & # 39; The UK and the US have a special relationship that benefits both of us.
# We do more together than any of the two nations in the world and we work together across a wide range of hugely important issues.
& # 39; As close allies in NATO, permanent members of the UN Security Council and leading nuclear powers, such cooperation is vital for international peace and security. & # 39;
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