When asked about Markle's previous comments that she would move to Canada if the former Apprentice star won the 2016 election, Trump seemed taken aback.
"Well, a lot of people are moving here, so what can I say", Trump replied. "So, what can I say?"
In yet another one of his "the party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears" moments, President Donald Trump is denying that he called Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle "nasty". He then tweeted Sunday morning: "I never called Meghan Markle 'nasty'".
Meghan described Trump as "misogynistic" and "divisive" during an appearance on Comedy Central's The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
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Henry, who became owner of the Premier League outfit in 2010, was full of praise for the club's fan base on the eve of Saturday's final.
A private lunch on Monday will see the Queen and Prince Harry meet the president, but the Duchess of Sussex will stay at home with baby Archie. "Women are going to stand up together and speak out against the lunacy of his presidency", she said of Trump.
On Monday, Trump will begin a three-day visit with officials in the United Kingdom, a trip that will start off with a ceremony at Buckhingham Palace that will feature royal hosts, including the Queen. "I hope whoever this "source" is starts checking their facts more often", she tweeted on Friday along with a link of an article by The Sun. "But if there's anyone who can handle it, it's her", Priyanka said.
Daisy McAndrew told Yahoo's the Royal Box about a particularly awkward encounter she was told happened between the two during Meghan's time as a briefcase girl on the American version of Deal or No Deal.
"An official Trump campaign Twitter account had rather bizarrely called attention to the "nasty" comment on Saturday by linking to a video of the interview and suggesting the president had not used the word; it urged people to 'Listen for yourself!'" AFP reports.
In the evening, The Queen will host a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace and both Her Majesty and the President will make speeches.
As a biracial and divorced American, Meghan's biography has vastly differed from the life experiences that have dominated the halls of Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.