U.S. President Dinald Trump revealed that he has seen Meghan Markle's latest interviews, and he claimed that the Duchess of Sussez was taking her criticisms "very personally."
In a live radio interview with Nigel Farage on LBC, President Trump implied that the Duchess of Sussex needs some toughening up after her emotional ITV documentary.
"Well I've been watching her interviews and I've seen it and she's taking it very personally," the POTUS remarked. "I guess you have to be a little bit different than that, but she's take it very, very personally and I can understand it but I don't know her."
Trump's comment may have taken some people by surprise, considering that he himself is somehow sensitive towards the media. On Twitter, it's not unusual for the president to be seen calling the press "fake news media" and "the enemy of the people" in response to the negative reports thrown at his direction.
The president has also recently banned the Washington Post and New York Times from federal agencies following the critical stories they reported about him.
During the LBC interview, Trump also talked about his recent visit to the U.K. last June. Trump called the entire family "terrific," generously heaping praise on the royals. He also said that he enjoyed meeting Prince Harry.
"I met him when I was over at that incredible... we had something that was so incredible recently," the president shared (via Daily Mail). "He's a great young man. The whole family is terrific, it's a great family."
Trump sat next to the Queen during a state banquet at the Buckingham Palace, and he described her as "an incredible woman."
The former "Celebrity Apprentice" host added that he enjoyed that great evening, and he was told that the Queen enjoyed the dinner as well.
"She's a great woman. I say that very seldom. I don't say that often, I have to say, about anybody. But she is really very outstanding, and Prince Charles so good, so good. He loves the environment. We had a great time," Trump furthered.
At some point in the interview, the U.S. president also touched on the Brexit deal, claiming that this decision hinders trade with the U.S. He noted that they want to make a trade deal with the U.K., but he pointed out that it might be more detrimental to them instead of being beneficial due to the European Union.