Donald Trump could 'make a point with Prince Harry' but Duke is protected by relationship with Charles

Donald Trump could 'make a point with Prince Harry' but Duke is protected by relationship with Charles

WATCH NOW: Cameron Walker details Prince Harry's clash with Donald Trump

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 02/03/2024

- 15:10

Donald Trump has suggested that the Duke's residency in the US is under threat

GB News Royal Correspondent Cameron Walker has claimed that Prince Harry may be set for "disaster" if Donald Trump is re-elected as US President.

This follows comments made by the former Potus who condemned Prince Harry's "unforgivable disloyalty" towards the Royal Family, in particular his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.

Trump also claimed that the Duke of Sussex will be "on his own" if he takes power again, as controversy over his US immigration records and past drug use continues.

The royal's documents have been publicly challenged by conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation, who have called for Prince Harry's visa records to be made public, amid speculation he may have lied about his drug-taking.

Donald Trump / King Charles, Prince Harry

Cameron Walker details Donald Trump's feud with Prince Harry

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In a recent interview, Harry admitted that becoming a US citizen "had crossed his mind", but was "not something that's a high priority" right now.

Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle have lived in Montecito since 2020 with their children Archie and Lilibet.

Speaking to GBN America, Cameron Walker detailed the outburst by Trump and said the American people are more likely to want the hopeful US President to "tackle the US-Mexico border" instead of Prince Harry's residency.

He added that Trump's decision to publicly comment on the Duke's living situation and The Heritage Foundation's challenge is a move to "make a point" of Prince Harry, spelling "disaster" for the Sussexes and their American reputation.

Cameron Walker

Cameron Walker says Prince Harry is 'protected' by King Charles

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Walker told host Patrick Christys: "He could well be kicked out of the United States. He has two very young children and his wife in California."


Walker explained: "But would the US government, regardless of whether it's Trump or Biden in office come next year, really want to kick Harry out and break up a very young family? I suspect not to be honest.

"Prince Harry's opinion polls are not great on either side of the Atlantic, and he's no longer a working member of the Royal Family, but he is still the King's son."

Walker claimed that the relationship between King Charles and Prince Harry is still strong. Despite everything he has said about the monarchy, the King "very much loves his son" and Walker suggested that Prince Harry would be "forced back to Britain" if he is made to leave the US.

He said: "I don't think it would do much for the relationship if Harry is kicked out and forced back to Britain. I suspect it's not going to come down to that, but of course, it is a possibility."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in Canada promoting the Invictus Games


Detailing the latest on Prince Harry's visa application documents, Walker revealed the latest speculation by The Heritage Foundation and Biden's possible involvement in the case.

Walker explained: "The allegation is that President Biden and his staff are keeping Prince Harry safe or giving him special treatment after he has admitted to drug use, illegal drug use in his memoir Spare.

"Lawyers for the Department of Homeland Security have come out and said he may have written it in his book, but that's not actually concrete proof that he has taken drugs.

"They also said the reason that that visa application is not public knowledge is because Prince Harry has the right to privacy and his visa application remains private property of Prince Harry."

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