Trump Hints On Deporting Prince Harry From The US

Daily Report March 21,2024

Former President Donald Trump has suggested he could deport the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, from the U.S. over claims that he lied on his visa application about taking drugs.

In an interview with Nigel Farage on GB News, the former president said he would take appropriate action if he were to win November’s presidential election and if Prince Harry was found to have lied on his immigration forms.

Trump also added that Harry would not get special privileges if he lied about his drug use. According to reports, the Duke has been accused of giving false information to the Department of Homeland Security when he moved to the U.S. in June 2020.

Daily Mail reports that the Duke lives in a nine-bedroom Montecito mansion with his wife, Meghan Markle and their two children, Archie and Lilibet.

According to the Telegraph, U.S. immigration authorities require visa applicants to declare they have not taken illegal drugs. Still, the Duke admitted last year in his autobiography “Spare” that he had taken cocaine, marijuana and magic mushrooms.

However, the New York Post reports that The Heritage Foundation conservative think tank has sought Harry’s visa records, arguing that he could not have legally entered the U.S. due to his drug use.

During the interview with Farage on GB News, Trump was asked if Harry would enjoy special privileges if it is known that he did not tell the truth.

“We’ll have to see if they know something about the drugs, and if he lied, they’ll have to take appropriate action,” Trump responded.

When asked if appropriate action might mean deportation, Trump did not rule out the idea.

“Oh, I don’t know. You’ll have to tell me. You have to tell me. You would have thought they would have known this a long time ago,” Trump said.

Speaking last month, the former president said he wouldn’t protect the couple if re-elected.

“He betrayed the Queen. That’s unforgivable,” he said. “He would be on his own if it was down to me.”

In the interview with Farage, Trump spoke highly of Queen Elizabeth, who died in 2022, saying she was unbelievable. He also criticized Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, over their relationship with her.

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

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