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Prince Harry's future could face more challenges under Donald Trump presidency

Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle have lived in Montecito since 2020

By Web Desk
March 03, 2024
Donald Trump also claimed that the Duke of Sussex will be on his own if he takes power again
Donald Trump also claimed that the Duke of Sussex will be "on his own" if he takes power again

GB News Royal Correspondent Cameron Walker believes that if Donald Trump were to be re-elected as the US President, Prince Harry could potentially face significant problems or difficulties, possibly leading to a disastrous situation for him.

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.

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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.

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.

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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.