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He thinks of Meghan Markle handles the media criticism is ‘personal’, ‘You have to be a little bit different”

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The President, Donald Trump is the provision of Meghan Markle for advice on how to deal with the media.

In a radio interview with LBC’s Nigel Farage, on Thursday, He said that he watched the recent documentary about the new royal family, and her husband, prince, Prince Harry, and believe that they are taking the criticism of the press is to be taken seriously.

“I think you have to be a little bit different than that, but it was a very personal one, and I can understand that. However, I don’t know her,” he said.

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Trump, 73, on his way to the United Kingdom, and in June of last year, calling it “fantastic.”

Donald Trump (L) and Meghan Markle, Countess of Sussex, england,
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He said he and Harry, 35, had been “fantastic” and praised the family — “” He’s a great young man. The whole family is a wonderful thing, it is like a family.”

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He also spoke about his meeting with Queen Elizabeth II, called her “an incredible woman”.

“I was sitting next to her, and she was smiling and having a good time, and I was laughing and having a good time,” he said of the state dinner he attended at Buckingham Palace.

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“It was a great night, and I was told that they really enjoyed it, and I can tell you that I enjoyed it,” he added.

In the ITV documentary, “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey,” the Countess of Sussex, england, 38, opened up about her struggle to cope with the pressures of getting married and become a mother.

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“You see any woman, especially if she is pregnant, and you are very sensitive, and it was quite a challenge, and when you have a newborn, And above all, as a woman, it is true, it is a great deal. How do I add this on top of just trying to do as a new mom, or trying to be a newlywed,” she said.

“And thank you for your question, it’s not a lot of people have asked if I was okay, but it’s one thing to have to go by means of the behind-the-scenes.”

At the beginning of October, it was revealed that the Sussexes were complaining of a number of British publications relating to the alleged publication of a private letter, and the alleged voicemail hacking.

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Harry gave out a declaration in which the British tabloid press, to perform what he called a “ferocious campaign” against his wife, “it is finished, in the last few years.”

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“So far, we have not been able to understand is the continued misrepresentation-something that these media are well aware of and, therefore, to have been a day, and sometimes hourly basis,” Harry pointed out.

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The royal also said that his ‘ deepest fear is that history will repeat itself.”

“I’ve seen what happens when someone I love has been commoditized to the point that they can no longer be treated or seen as a real person. I lost my mother, and now that I look at my wife, who is a victim of the powerful forces,” he said, in reference to his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a 1997 car accident while trying to escape the paparazzi in Paris, france.

Fox News’ Melissa Leon contributed to this report.

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