This Wednesday, September 23, Donald Trump once again criticized Meghan Markle following her public stance on the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
Whoever rubs it in, gets it. Following a public intervention by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on the issue of the next presidential election, Donald Trump did not hesitate to tackle once again his best enemy he has always opposed, Meghan Markle.
This Wednesday, September 23, the head of state who is running for re-election confirmed that he is not “a fan” of Trump. Then, he wished Prince Harry “good luck” ironically, “because he’s going to need it.”
In a video message for Time 100 released on Tuesday, September 22, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle polemically urged Americans to use their right to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The Duke of Sussex called on voters to “reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity. Meghan Markle called the presidential race “the most important election of our lives.
A speech condemned by some, asking, among other things, “Why would a British prince and his wife get involved in an American election? What does it have to do with him? Didn’t we fight a war to end the British monarchy’s interference,” one wonders, according to comments in the Daily Mail. And indeed, Prince Harry will not be able to vote in the U.S. presidential election on November 3.
But no matter, Meghan Markle wants to defend her opinions. An opinion that she already shared in 2006, before the business man was elected head of the country, the young woman was far from carrying it in her heart when she met him at the casting of a TV show.
Then, she called him a “misogynist” during the campaign of the previous presidential election. And we know that Donald Trump is never the last to return the favour to his enemies…