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Trump threatens to deport Prince Harry from the US if he is elected president: what happened

Harry may be deported from the US if Donald Trump becomes president

Former US President Donald Trump, who may be re-elected for another term, has hinted at the possible deportation of British Prince Harry from the country if he becomes the head of state. The reason was the Duke of Sussex's revelations about his past addiction to illegal substances.

In 2020, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle abdicated their royal duties and moved to California. The Duke's chosen one is an American, and he had to get a visa to legally work and live in the United States. Filling out the paperwork, the prince might not have mentioned the drug addiction he had overcome, the Daily Mail quoted Trump as saying.

In his memoirs The Spare, the Duke admitted that he used cocaine, cannabis, and psychedelic mushrooms. If he mentioned this in the application form, then the issuance of a visa would indicate "special privileges" to the British by the Joe Biden administration, Trump said.

If Harry hid period of his biography, his visa could be revoked for perjury. Whatever the case, the situation for the prince looks equally sad if the former US president is elected.

Trump threatens to deport Prince Harry from the US if he is elected president: what happened

The journalists explained that anyone applying for a visa to live and work in America must answer "yes" or "no" to the question, "Are you or have you ever been a drug addict or dependent on drugs?"

"We'll see if they know anything about drugs, and if he lied, we'll have to take appropriate actions," Trump said in the interview.

Trump threatens to deport Prince Harry from the US if he is elected president: what happened

It should be noted that this is not the first time he has expressed his prejudice against the British. Less than a month ago, Joe Biden's opponent publicly condemned Harry for "betraying" the Queen. That's how he described the Duke's decision to abdicate his royal duties.

Trump summarized that if he wins the election in November, Harry will be "on his own" because the American presidential candidate "will not defend him."

Trump threatens to deport Prince Harry from the US if he is elected president: what happened

The issue of making Prince Harry's immigration documents public is currently being resolved. This process is still being delayed until April, but public attention is already focused on the data that the Briton reported when trying to get an American visa.

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