Donald Trump says he 'wouldn’t protect Prince Harry' if he become US president again: 'He betrayed the Queen'

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In a fiery address at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md, former President Donald Trump didn't hold back, issuing a stark warning to Prince Harry amid a legal battle and immigration controversy.

Trump lambasted the Duke of Sussex, criticizing what he deemed an "unforgivable" betrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, asserting that if re-elected, Prince Harry would be "on his own."

"I wouldn’t protect him. He betrayed the Queen. That’s unforgivable. He would be on his own if it was down to me," Trump told The Express, accusing President Joe Biden’s administration of showing undue leniency towards the Sussexes since their relocation to California in 2020.

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In a fiery address at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md, former President Donald Trump didn't hold back. Credit: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty

Trump's remarks were part of a broader critique of President Biden's policies towards Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, highlighting what he perceived as special treatment for the couple. "I think they have been too gracious to him after what he has done," Trump remarked, expressing his disapproval of the administration's approach.

The controversy surrounding Prince Harry's immigration status has intensified with a legal battle initiated by the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation. The foundation argues that Prince Harry's admission of past drug use in his memoir could render him inadmissible to the US under immigration law.

In his memoir Spare, Prince Harry candidly revealed his experimentation with drugs, including cocaine, marijuana, and psychedelic mushrooms. The Heritage Foundation contends that such admissions could pose a significant obstacle for non-Americans seeking entry into the country.

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The controversy surrounding Prince Harry's immigration status has intensified with a legal battle initiated by the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation. Credit: Kevin Winter / Getty

However, lawyers representing the Department of Homeland Security presented a contrasting argument, stating that Prince Harry's memoir does not constitute sworn testimony or proof. They suggested that his accounts may have been embellished for literary purposes, emphasizing that statements in a book do not necessarily reflect reality.

Amid the legal wrangling, reports have surfaced indicating Prince Harry's contemplation of re-engaging in his royal duties after reportedly growing "very bored." Additionally, the prince has reportedly considered pursuing US citizenship, a move that may necessitate relinquishing his royal title.

While marriage to a US citizen typically facilitates the acquisition of a marriage green card, Prince Harry's immigration status remains uncertain. The exact visa he utilized to enter the US has not been disclosed, adding further complexity to the ongoing immigration saga.

As the legal battle and immigration controversy surrounding Prince Harry continue to unfold, the former royal's future remains uncertain, with implications for both his personal and public life.

Featured image credit: James Devaney/Getty

Donald Trump says he 'wouldn’t protect Prince Harry' if he become US president again: 'He betrayed the Queen'

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By VT

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In a fiery address at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md, former President Donald Trump didn't hold back, issuing a stark warning to Prince Harry amid a legal battle and immigration controversy.

Trump lambasted the Duke of Sussex, criticizing what he deemed an "unforgivable" betrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, asserting that if re-elected, Prince Harry would be "on his own."

"I wouldn’t protect him. He betrayed the Queen. That’s unforgivable. He would be on his own if it was down to me," Trump told The Express, accusing President Joe Biden’s administration of showing undue leniency towards the Sussexes since their relocation to California in 2020.

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In a fiery address at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md, former President Donald Trump didn't hold back. Credit: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty

Trump's remarks were part of a broader critique of President Biden's policies towards Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, highlighting what he perceived as special treatment for the couple. "I think they have been too gracious to him after what he has done," Trump remarked, expressing his disapproval of the administration's approach.

The controversy surrounding Prince Harry's immigration status has intensified with a legal battle initiated by the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation. The foundation argues that Prince Harry's admission of past drug use in his memoir could render him inadmissible to the US under immigration law.

In his memoir Spare, Prince Harry candidly revealed his experimentation with drugs, including cocaine, marijuana, and psychedelic mushrooms. The Heritage Foundation contends that such admissions could pose a significant obstacle for non-Americans seeking entry into the country.

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The controversy surrounding Prince Harry's immigration status has intensified with a legal battle initiated by the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation. Credit: Kevin Winter / Getty

However, lawyers representing the Department of Homeland Security presented a contrasting argument, stating that Prince Harry's memoir does not constitute sworn testimony or proof. They suggested that his accounts may have been embellished for literary purposes, emphasizing that statements in a book do not necessarily reflect reality.

Amid the legal wrangling, reports have surfaced indicating Prince Harry's contemplation of re-engaging in his royal duties after reportedly growing "very bored." Additionally, the prince has reportedly considered pursuing US citizenship, a move that may necessitate relinquishing his royal title.

While marriage to a US citizen typically facilitates the acquisition of a marriage green card, Prince Harry's immigration status remains uncertain. The exact visa he utilized to enter the US has not been disclosed, adding further complexity to the ongoing immigration saga.

As the legal battle and immigration controversy surrounding Prince Harry continue to unfold, the former royal's future remains uncertain, with implications for both his personal and public life.

Featured image credit: James Devaney/Getty