Donald Trump ‘feels Harry has let down Britain’ as he issues warning to Duke - Levin

Donald Trump ‘feels Harry has let down Britain’ as he issues warning to Duke - Levin

Angela Levin says Trump believes Harry 'let down Britain'

Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 27/02/2024

- 10:12

Trump has warned Harry will be 'on his own' should he win a second term

Donald Trump’s disparaging remarks about Prince Harry are indicative of his feelings towards the Duke of Sussex, according to royal author Angela Levin.

She spoke on GB News about the former US President warning Harry will be “on his own” should he go on to win a second term in the White House.

Levin told Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster that Trump’s ill feeling towards Harry comes from his encounter with Queen Elizabeth II, who he “thought the world of”.

She said that Trump believes Harry “let down” the late monarch with his decision to step down from royal duties and spark controversy with a series of bombshell claims about royal figures.

Donald Trump, Prince Harry and Angela Levin

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“He feels very strongly about this”, Levin said.

“The Queen didn’t like it when he was here. He walked in front of her and he kept her waiting for tea.


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“He thought he had a terrific time. He is very loyal to the people he likes and he thinks the Queen was absolutely the most wonderful woman.

“I do think that he feels that Harry has let down the country and all of us in it and has been absolutely appalling.”

It comes amid a legal challenge brought by the Heritage Foundation think tank calling for clarification on Harry’s visa status.

The Duke admitted to taking drugs in his memoir, Spare, an action that has previously been deemed enough of an offence to prevent people entering the US.

In a thinly-veiled threat, Trump told the Express that Harry would not be afforded any protection from him should he return to power.

Wading in on the discussion, Isabel Webster said Harry’s expulsion from the country could be a “huge humiliation” for the Royal Family and King Charles would not look upon such an action favourably.

Levin said “you can’t expect a country to change their minds” and Harry’s royal status should not be enough to save him if he is eventually found to have broken the rules.

King Charles’s cancer diagnosis has sparked hopes of a royal reconciliation, with Harry alleged to have told friends that he would be willing to step up and take a role while his father is unwell.

However, the arrangement he accepted when stepping down as a working royal alongside his wife the Duchess of Sussex in 2020, is reportedly set to remain in place.

A source told The Telegraph: “Those terms were quite clear, and the King’s illness hasn’t altered that.”

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