Stephen Colbert pulls apart Trump's unusual interview with Piers Morgan

Toby Graves
June 7, 2019

But Mr Trump later denied making the comment, tweeting: "I never called Meghan Markle 'nasty".

Trump's comments came in a wide-ranging interview in which he also dismissed the significance of climate change, defended his choice of words about the American-born Duchess of Sussex and suggested he was looking into new gun regulations banning silencers. What can I say?

"I would have been honored, but I think I make up for it right now", Trump said.

President Trump sat down with Piers Morgan for ITV's "Good Morning Britain" and clarified controversial comments last week about Meghan Markle.

"You're not just voting for a woman if it's Hillary just because it's a woman, but certainly because Trump has made it easy to see that you don't really want that kind of world that he's painting". "But you know what, she's doing a good job, I hope she enjoys her life". "I wasn't saying, you know, I'm going to move to Canada, which a lot of people did".

About Mr Trump and his policies, a protester, Lauren Donaldson, said: "His policies are terrible. but him, himself, he's horrible".

The English socialite said that Meghan is "ruling the roost" and keeping her husband from some of his closest friends.

Trump also said that he congratulated Harry, who recently welcomed his son Archie with Meghan. The Queen and President Trump seemed to be having a great time!

"When the state visit was announced we were suddenly inundated with messages saying "you've got to fly the baby again", Mr Murray said. "The royal family is really nice", Trump said, adding that he did not raise the "nasty" issue with Prince Harry. She'll be very good. And they said some of the things that she'd said, and it's actually on tape.

Before coming to Britain, Trump stated "I didn't know that".

"I think he's a terrific guy".

Earlier this week, it was reported that Prince Harry kept his distance from Trump as they toured the Buckingham Palace Picture Gallery - but Donald has claimed otherwise. On the same day in the evening he took part in a big state Banquet at Buckingham Palace.

It comes after The Donald learned about Meghan's previous comments during an interview with The Sun. Meghan, who is now on her maternity leave, has not been in attendance.

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