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Donald Trump denies being ‘bored’ during meeting with Prince Charles – ‘Not at all!’

Donald Trump says the Queen is 'an incredible woman'

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The former US resident , 75, appeared on GB News for an interview with the UK politician-turned-broadcaster, 57, on Wednesday night. The 45th president of the US spoke about many topical issues from his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, south Florida, including his meeting with Prince Charles, 73.

Mr Farage asked the former president whether he was bored during the meeting after discussing other Royal Family members.

However, Mr Trump denied the claims he was disinterested in meeting the future King.

He said: “No, I wasn’t bored.

“I like Charles. He’s an environmentalist.

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“He talked about the environment most of the meeting, which was fine.

“I understood that was the purpose of the meeting.

“He was telling me his views – I was not bored at all.”

Mr Trump confirmed again: “No, I think Charles is a wonderful person.”

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The pair met in 2019 when Trump arrived in the UK for a state visit in the summer and again in December when Trump and the first lady flew to London for a NATO summit.

Despite holding different positions over the issue of the environment, a Clarence House spokesman told CNN at the time Donald Trump and the Prince of Wales have developed a “good working relationship” since the visit.

Mr Farage also brought the Sussexes into the conversation, but the former president was not as keen on the couple as he was Charles.

He told the broadcaster of Meghan Markle: “Not a fan of hers. I wasn’t from day one.”

However, he didn’t hold such reservations for the monarch who he met during the same visit.

He told Mr Farage: “She’s a fantastic woman.

“And we had a great time together and an evening the likes of which you rarely would see.

“She was laughing and smiling, we got along great.

“We talked the whole night. She is a great, wonderful woman.”

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