Donald Trump warns Prince Harry he could be KICKED OUT of America in stunning WORLD EXCLUSIVE interview

Donald Trump sits down with Nigel Farage

Donald Trump warns Prince Harry he could be KICKED OUT of America in stunning WORLD EXCLUSIVE interview

GB News
Oliver Trapnell

By Oliver Trapnell

Published: 18/03/2024

- 21:24

Updated: 19/03/2024

- 10:51

The full interview with Nigel Farage will be broadcast tomorrow (Tuesday) from 7pm on GB News

Donald Trump has warned Prince Harry could be kicked out of America in a stunning world exclusive interview.

Speaking with GB News’ Nigel Farage, Trump warned that Prince Harry faces an uncertain future in America if he is elected as the next President.

In an exclusive GB News interview, Trump said there should be no preferential treatment for the Duke of Sussex - who faces the risk of deportation from the States.

Asked by Farage if Harry should have “special privileges” if the authorities find that he’d lied on his Visa application, Trump said: “No. We’ll have to see if they know something about the drugs, and if he lied they’ll have to take appropriate action.”

Farage questioned: “Appropriate action? Which might mean…not staying in America?”

To which Trump said: “Oh I don’t know. You’ll have to tell me. You just have to tell me. You would have thought they would have known this a long time ago.”

His comments came in a wide-ranging 30-minute interview with Farage at his Mar-A-Lago resort which will be broadcast tomorrow (Tuesday) from 7pm on GB News.

In it, Trump also leaps to the defence of the Princess Of Wales in her photoshop row, talks about the King’s cancer battle and blasts the way Meghan and Harry treated the late Queen.

Trump also reveals how he’d respond if Poland was invaded, and explains why he thinks Joe Biden is unfit to lead America.

His comments are likely to concern Prince Harry who may be deported from the US, where he currently resides in a nine-bedroom mansion with his wife and two children, after revealing in his autobiography ‘Spare’ that he took drugs.

Under US law, this would be grounds to reject a visa application. The legal challenge has been pursued by the Heritage Foundation against Biden's Department of Homeland Security.

The Department has today claimed it needs an extra two weeks to hunt down Prince Harry’s immigration records as a federal judge decides whether they should be made public.

Trump, who took tea with the then Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall during his state visit in 2019, has previously spoken of his support for the Royal Family and the “eternal friendship" between the US and UK.

*The GB News interview with Donald Trump will be broadcast from 7pm on Tuesday 19 March.

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