Former President Trump and Queen Elizabeth II (File)

Report: Trump Hints At Deporting Prince Harry For Drug Use If Re-Elected

Former President Trump and Queen Elizabeth II (File)
Former President Trump and Queen Elizabeth II (File)

Former President Donald Trump hinted at deporting Prince Harry if re-elected.

On Tuesday, the conservative outlet Trending Politics reported Trump suggested that, if re-elected, he may give the British royal whiner the boot for the way he treated the late Queen Elizabeth, whom Trump admired and called “incredible.”

Trump said he could cite Harry’s admitted illicit drug use as a legal lever to ship him elsewhere.

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“Although she wouldn’t show it because she was strong and smart, but I would imagine they broke her heart,” Trump said of Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, during an interview with GB News’ Nigel Farage. Trump added that there should be “no preferential treatment” for Harry.

Harry and Markle, known in the British royal hierarchy as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, live in California with their two children. The couple essentially divorced themselves from the rest of the royal family and its responsibilities in 2020.

On Monday, Harper’s Bazaar magazine reported that Buckingham Palace has scrubbed the royal website of their individual bios, which previously ran for several pages, and instead lumped them into one page under their official title.

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Before Elizabeth died, the couple had accused the royal family and its court officials of racism in its treatment of Markle, who is mixed-race. They also ripped the family for not vigorously defending Markel from aggressive press coverage.

They also reportedly ignored Elizabeth’s request for a meeting before announcing they were stepping down from royal obligations.

In his interview with Farage, Trump added, “I think there was great disrespect to a person I got to know very well and like: the queen. She was unbelievable, you know. I got to know her very well. Remember, I was supposed to be with her for 10 to 15 minutes, and we ended up being together for two hours.”

“I thought she was treated very disrespectfully by them. … The things that they were saying was so bad and so horrible and she was in her 90s and hearing this stuff. I think they broke her heart. I think they hurt her really bad.”

Trump added, “Now, I’m a little prejudiced because I thought the queen was incredible. I mean, think of it, all those years, 75 years, she’s almost never made a mistake. It’s almost unbelievable.”

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According to Trending Politics, the Immigration and Nationality Act spells out that a foreign national can be considered inadmissible to remain in the country for certain criminal acts, including abuse of controlled substances.

Yet the Biden administration has defended allowing Harry to remain in America. Writing in the New York Post last month, journalist Piers Morgan noted that a lawyer for the Department of Homeland Security recently told a judge that Harry’s confession of using marijuana, cocaine, and psychedelic mushrooms was not disqualifying for remaining in the country.

A department lawyer claimed that the admission, which Harry wrote in his memoir, was not “sworn testimony or proof” that Harry used drugs.

Trump did not buy that.

“If they know something about the drugs and if he lied, I’ll have to take appropriate action,” Trump said of Harry.

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