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Trump voices old grievances in freewheeling interview with Farage | Donald Trump

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Donald Trump has attacked Boris Johnson’s clean energy plans, slammed the Duchess of Sussex as “disrespectful” and voiced a host of old grievances during a free interview with British politician-turned-anchor Nigel Farage broadcast on British television on Wednesday night.

The conversation, billed as “exclusive to the world” from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, South Florida, and broadcast on GB News, broke new ground a little, beginning with the twice-impeached Republican president, repeating one term of the lie that the election The 2020 presidential election, which Democrat Joe Biden won, was stolen from him.

Trump, 75, has hinted he might run for president again in 2024 and try to return to the White House he left in January 2021.

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Far from quarreling and complaining about his successor, Biden, Trump has taken aim at targets in the UK, including the prime minister, who was a close ally during his time in the White House, and Meghan, who he believes abused her position. the Royal family.

“I’m not a fan of her. I haven’t been from day one. I guess [Prince] “Harry has been used in a horrible way, I think one day he will regret it, and he probably did,” Trump told Farage.

“I think it ruined his relationship with his family, and it hurts the Queen.”

Responding to Farage’s comments about Meghan using a paper titled The Duchess of Sussex to pressure members of Congress over paid family leave, Trump said: “She’s trying to do things that I think are very inappropriate. She’s very disrespectful to the royal family and, more importantly, to the Queen.”

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Trump said the Queen is “a great woman, a great person, a historical figure,” noting that “we had a great time together, we got along wonderfully.”

Meanwhile, Johnson, who in October announced a “Build Back Greener” campaign to power every UK home with offshore wind within a decade, was a “mistake” in Trump’s view.

The UK has become a world leader in wind energy, particularly offshore, and Johnson wants Britain to be able to achieve what Saudi Arabia means for oil in its quest to reach net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

“Boris is wrong – if he is immersed in it, he is making a big mistake. But I love him, I have always carried on with it. [although] “He’s gone a little over the liberal side,” Trump said, who once claimed he “never understood the wind.”

“The wind is ridiculous. It’s horrible for Scotland and I can see it because I own great properties in Scotland. I see windmills. [wind turbines] Everywhere. what a shame. “They kill all the birds,” he said.

Other topics covered included the January 6 insurrection in the US Capitol by extremist Trump supporters, the Black Lives Matter movement, the UK immigration crisis, problems at the US-Mexico border, the left-wing anti-virus movement, and the question whether Trump. He will run for office again.

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Farage, assuring his interviewees that “they’ve made your life a living hell” with their impeachment and investigation into his administration’s ties to Russia, questioned why Trump had abandoned retirement at his luxury Palm Beach resort in pursuit of a return to the White House.

“So, I love our country. It has taken the country to a level it has never seen before,” Trump said, citing credit for “saving tens of millions of people around the world” with a coronavirus vaccine, despite his mishandling. Serial epidemic in the United States.

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