Trump denies calling Meghan Markle 'nasty,' despite audio recording proving otherwise

US President Donald Trump denies calling Meghan Markle 'nasty'

Trump denies calling Meghan 'nasty' despite audio recording

Days before his state visit to the United Kingdom, the president weighed in on the country's political tumult in an interview with the British tabloid The Sun.

"I never called Meghan Markle 'nasty, '" he wrote in the tweet.

Mr Trump and his defenders have accused the news media of spreading a deliberately false narrative about him.

Donald Trump was reported to have called Meghan Markle "nasty" for comments she made about him in the 2016 election.

Trump replied: "I didn't know that, no".

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An official Twitter account for Trump's 2020 reelection campaign had tweeted the audio to the interview on Saturday, asserting the audio proved Trump did not call Markle "nasty".

The newspaper has posted an audio recording of the president's interview including the "nasty" comment on its website. Reporters from the publication asked Trump if he was disappointed he wouldn't see Markle - who is now on maternity leave after having her first child in May - on his state visit to the United Kingdom.

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Speaking to The Conservative Woman, Levin said: "I think Meghan, on occasion, has been extravagant, which has not gone down well".

Trump told The Sun that he didn't know he would not be meeting the Duchess, and said: "I hope she is OK".

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Though she vowed to move to Canada, said the interviewer, "turned out she moved here".

Priyanka - who recently shut down reports that she and Meghan were in a feud - continued to praise the former Suits star, adding she is still just as grounded as she was before tying the knot with Prince Harry in May, 2018. Her husband and the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry will reportedly have a private lunch with Donald Trump, according to a source for ET Online.

Following Mr Trump's denial on Twitter the day after the interview was published, several commentators pointed out that the remarks were on tape.

The case isn't as clear as Mr Trump portrays it to be, said Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Public Policy Centre. "Of course, it has to do with racism, it's an obvious reason", she said.

Ahead of his arrival in London on Monday, the US President was asked by The Sun about a comment made by Meghan Markle before she married into the Royal Family. Recall Trump infamously interrupting Hillary Clinton during the last debate of his 2016 presidential campaign to call her "a nasty woman", a remark so obviously gendered that many women responded by trying to reclaim it.

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