President Trump said at a press conference on Wednesday that he is not a “fan” of Meghan Markle and hopes her husband, Prince Harry, “all the best.”
At the White House briefing, a reporter asked Mr. Trump about the couple, and the couple encouraged Americans to register to vote. The reporter asked: “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were notorious in the U.S. election, and they fundamentally encouraged people to vote for Biden. I want to get your reaction to this.
Trump replied: “I am not a fan of her, I would say this-she may have heard of it-but I wish Harry good luck, because he will need it.”
Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, have been expressing opinions on the upcoming general elections, but neither of them endorsed any candidates.Last month, Meghan participatedTogether with “What We All Vote” (What We All Vote), this is a non-profit organization initiated by Michelle Obama in 2018.
In the videoThis week, Meghan, accompanied by Harry, delivered a speech on National Voter Registration Day.
Megan said: “Every four years, we are told the same thing. This is the most important election of our time. This time it is.” “When we vote, our values will be put into practice, and our voice will be Will be heard. Your voice reminds you that you are important because you have done this and you should be heard by others.”
Meghan, an American born in Los Angeles, can vote. However, Prince Harry stated that he cannot vote in the upcoming elections, nor can he vote in the UK for his entire life.
He said: “As November this year approaches, we must reject hate speech, misinformation and negative emotions.”
Megan said: “So as we work hard to reimagine the world around us, let us challenge ourselves and build compassionate communities.”
The couple did not mention Mr. Trump’s name, but Meghan hasin the past. In an interview with Larry Wilmore of Comedy Central in 2016, she called the then candidate Trump “divided.”
Megan was an actress on the TV show “Suits” at the time and also hinted at her support for Hillary Clinton. She said: “If it is Hillary, you are not just voting for a woman, because she is a woman.” “But it is certain that because Trump makes it easy for people to see that you really don’t want that kind of world .”
The couple left their official duties in the senior royal family and moved to North America from the UK at the beginning of this year. They currently live in Los Angeles.