Donald Trump dismisses reports of him calling Meghan Markle 'nasty'

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Before a private lunch with Donald, Melania, Ivanka, Jared and members of the royal family that included Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, the group walked into the picture gallery, where Her Majesty pointed out various artefacts, including the Declaration of Independence.

Trump also said that he had spoken to her husband after Piers asked: 'Did you get a chance to talk to Prince Harry?'

Since Meghan Markle recently gave birth and is now mom to baby Archie she has a great excuse not to spend any time with President Donald Trump and can avoid the awkward situation entirely. "I see all the insane press around her and I think it's really unfair", said the media mogul. Some reporters took note of the fact the Duke of Sussex did not attend Trump's state banquet Monday evening, while others honed in on a handful of photos from an earlier event. I said she was nasty about me.

Priyanka Chopra has become the latest celebrity to come to Meghan Markle's defense in response to the negative coverage she has received from some British press. Made up by the Fake News Media, and they got caught cold!

According to The Sun, Meghan struck up a friendship with Max while she was single and "looking for a British man", with a source telling the publication: "Meghan was reaching out to a number of celebrities in the United Kingdom as she spent more time there. She's always been the girl wanting to move the needle", she added.

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The British government, sensitive about its relationship with Beijing, has been reluctant to go along with American restrictions. "This will take effect next week, 5 percent", Trump said during his visit to London .

"She was nasty to me, and that's okay for her to be nasty", he told Morgan, according to an advance copy of his quotes released by Good Morning Britain.

It sparked a fierce debate on both sides of the Atlantic, with rumours of tension between the president and Prince Harry during his state visit.

"I think it's nice". But she says the answer - "was nasty" - could refer to a person or to what the person said.

It is only that her higher profile now attracts more publicity, and some may think that Markle is trying to burnish her credentials.

Thomas Jr., who was not invited to Meghan's wedding, is now saying that her fame has directly affected him in negative ways. What can I say? Trump then denied he used the word, even though it was recorded. So far Buckingham Palace has not made any comments about the criticism.

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