AceShowbiz - Donald Trump thinks that Meghan Markle could've handled the media criticism better. POTUS recently weighed in on the constant media scrutiny against the Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry during his appearance in a radio interview with LBC's Nigel Farage.
"I've been watching her interviews and I've seen it and she has been taking it very personally," Trump said on Thursday, October 31. "I guess you have to be a little bit different than that, but she's take it very, very personally and I can understand it but I don't know her."
His comment comes as a surprise because the businessman-turned-president has always been known for going against media. In response to negative reports about him, Trump often brands the Press "fake news media" and "the enemy of the people" in response to negative reports.
During the interview, Trump also talked about his "wonderful" visit to the U.K. back in June. He dished on meeting Prince Harry, whom he called a "great" person" in addition to praising Queen Elizabeth. "I met him when I was over at that incredible... we had something that was so incredible recently. What that was five months ago, time flies," said Trump.
He continued saying of the Duke of Sussex, "He's a great young man. The whole family is terrific, it's a great family."
Trump then raved about the Queen, "I sat next to her, and she was smiling and having a good time and I was smiling and having a good time. It was really a great evening, and I was told that she enjoyed it and I can tell you I enjoyed it." He went on saying that "she's a great woman. I say that very seldom. I don't say that often, I have to say, about anybody."
"But she is really very outstanding, and Prince Charles so good, so good. He loves the environment. We had a great time," he continued.
Trump is scheduled to go back to the U.K. for a NATO summit in December.
It arrives after Prince Harry and Meghan sued some British press over misuse of private information, infringement of copyright and breach of the Data Protection Act 2018. It claimed that the Mail on Sunday in particular had caused his wife and members of their family pain with false published information. Any cash won in the case will benefit an anti-bullying charity.