Trump tells Piers Morgan about his meeting with "incredible" queen

Lewis Collier
July 16, 2018

The President told Morgan the pair had discussed Brexit, but when pressed on the Queen's views - she is reportedly not a fan of the European Union, upbraiding Brussels loyalist and former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on the subject - he was respectful.

President Donald Trump and Queen Elizabeth II inspecting a Guard of Honour. "Everyone thought it was going to be, "Oh it's simple, we join or don't join, or let's see what happens". He continued: "Errrr she said, "It's a very" - and she's right - "it's a very complex problem", I think nobody had any idea how complex that was going to be".

"My mother felt she was a great woman, " Trump said.

Political talks from royals are said to be a breach of royal protocol, with members of the Royal Family not supposed to have political alignments and remain impartial.

He said: "I know many of them, I've seen them, I've dealt with them and so far they do not have the right candidate". "I like the whole family to be honest".

Speaking in his first TV interview, Mr Markle told ITV's Good Morning Britain presenters Piers Morgan and Sussana Reid how the pair disagreed when speaking about Trump.

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The meeting held special significance for the President, who is half-British through his Scottish mother, Mary MacLeod, who was a great admirer of the monarch. He's an interesting guy.

In the same report, which goes on and on about the interior of Air Force One -"An onboard kitchen and chef ensure the President can eat whatever he wants, at any time of day or night, all delivered perfectly cooked and piping hot", Morgan muses - Morgan also recounts Trump's answer to a question about Vladimir Putin.

When pushed by the presenter about what Prince Harry had said about Brexit, Mr Markle described the chat as a "loose conversation".

Trump also took a jab at Democrats, adding that no Democrat could beat him: "I don't see anybody".

Donald Trump has spoken out about his recent meeting with the Queen, during an interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain.The chat, which aired on Monday, saw the President open up about his state visit to the United Kingdom - including details of his conversation with Her Majesty.

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