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Trump shatters diplomatic etiquette on eve of United Kingdom visit

Prince Harry was visiting Italy for a polo tournament for his charity Sentebale

Posters argued claims that the President had called Meghan nasty were "misleading", suggesting instead he was simply referring to her comments about him.

The president said it was simply another lie made up by the "fake news media" including CNN and the New York Times.

On Friday, ahead of Trump's first-ever state visit to the U.K., The Sun interviewed him at the Oval Office, asking him if he was looking forward to getting a chance to visit with the royal family.

In response, The Sun has now shared a recording of the interview, in which Trump is clearly heard calling the Duchess "nasty".

He's referring to an interview on Friday with Britain's The Sun, in which reporters asked Trump's thoughts on the former American actress, who "wasn't so nice" to him during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. "I did not know that". "I hope she does (succeed)".

"She will be very good, she will be very good", he said. Trump's usage of the term back in 2016 sparked a significant backlash, as people believed it was symptomatic of misogynism.

"When that April, she shook the hand of a 32-year-old man with HIV, in front of the cameras, she knew exactly what she was doing", Harry said.

During an election debate in 2016, he famously branded Democratic rival Hillary Clinton "such a nasty woman". "Doubt it!" Trump said in a Twitter post, the Efe news reported. "We film Suits in Toronto and I might just stay in Canada", she says.

A royal biographer has branded Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, as "extravagant" and says the British public are unimpressed with her spending habits.

Donald Trump would be escorted by the royal family which includes Queen Elizabeth, the Duke, and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall.

The US President also previewed his meeting with Prince Charles in the United Kingdom, where talks of climate change are expected.

In the interview, a Sun journalist asked the president if he was sorry to miss the Duchess of Sussex, who is on maternity leave, in light of her past criticism of him.

On The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, she called the Republican candidate "a vocal misogynist", and quipped that were he elected president, she would move to Canada.