Donald Trump Slams Prince Harry, Calls Him ‘Traitor’

In a fiery speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) just outside Washington, DC, former President Donald Trump took aim at Prince Harry, labeling him a “traitor” and signaling that he would not extend protection to the Duke of Sussex if he were to win a second term in office.

Trump’s remarks, as reported by The Telegraph, underscored his disapproval of Harry’s decision to relocate to the United States in 2020, suggesting that the Biden administration had been overly accommodating to the royal since his arrival.

“I wouldn’t protect him. He was the queen’s traitor. That is not excused. If it came down to me, he would be on his own,” Trump asserted, condemning what he deemed as an “unforgivable” betrayal of Queen Elizabeth II by the prince.

Continuing his criticism, Trump rebuked President Biden’s perceived leniency towards Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, stating, “I think they have been too gracious to him after what he has done.”

Meanwhile, the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation has taken legal action challenging Prince Harry’s immigration status in the United States. The lawsuit contends that Harry should not have been permitted entry into the country due to his admission of using illegal drugs in his biography, “Spare”.

Citing past instances where individuals who have admitted to drug use were denied entry to the US, such as celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, the Heritage Foundation argues that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) must disclose whether Prince Harry disclosed his drug use on his immigration forms.

The ongoing legal battle underscores the contentious nature of Prince Harry’s relocation to the US and the scrutiny surrounding his immigration status.

As tensions escalate and legal proceedings unfold, the rift between Prince Harry and certain factions within the US political landscape continues to deepen, further complicating the Duke of Sussex’s transition to life outside the royal family.

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