Trump clarifies 'nasty' remark about Meghan with Piers Morgan

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US President Donald Trump has clarified what he meant when he called the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle "nasty" in an interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain.

In the interview he branded Meghan as "nasty" because she called him "divisive" and "misogynistic" during his 2016 presidential campaign.

Trump denied calling Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, "nasty".

Trump said he was a "big fan" of Winston Churchill and had studied him throughout the years. And I said, "Well, I didn't know she was evil".

Through the course of the interview, Trump lied, obscured the truth and struggled at times to form a coherent idea about well-trod aspects of his Presidency.

On Sunday, Trump suggested that his remarks had been taken out of context.

Before coming to Britain, Trump stated "I didn't know that".

Even in what was expected to be a softball interview, Trump stumbled.

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But Markle's political beliefs - she supported Mrs Hillary Clinton in the 2016 White House race - have not gone down well with President Donald Trump, who labelled her "nasty". "It's not good for me to be nasty to her and I wasn't". And that's OK for her to be nasty.

When asked what he thinks about Meghan, Donald said, "I think she's very nice".

"They (the media) quoted what she has said".

At [Monday] night's state banquet, they were both seated several places away from Trump, in what was clearly a deliberate (and successful) attempt to restrict the president's ability to harness the popularity of the young royals. "The royal family is really nice", Trump told ITV.

President Trump began a three day state visit to the United Kingdom on Monday. "Women are going to stand up together and speak out against the lunacy of his presidency".

The 72-year-old revealed he almost brought up the subject of Meghan when meeting her husband, Prince Harry, at Buckingham Palace on Monday.

Mr. Trump, who received five deferments during the Vietnam War, will attend ceremonies in France marking the 75th anniversary of the Allied D-Day invasion that freed Western Europe from occupation by Nazi Germany during World War II.

She is on maternity leave after giving birth last month and we're hoping that she hasn't been listening to the radio in between feeds.