Donald Trump threatens to deport Prince Harry by warning ‘I won’t protect you like Biden’

Donald Trump and Prince Harry


Former President Donald Trump has hinted that he could deport Prince Harry if he is re-elected, warning the Duke of Sussex that he “will not protect him” like Joe Biden.


Donald Trump and Prince Harry with his Wife Meghan

The former president spoke exclusively to the Daily Express US at the CPAC conference in Washington DC, moments before appearing before a packed audience of conservatives who had waited hours for him.

His comments came 24 hours after Prince Harry had appeared in court over whether he had lied on his immigration papers to the US about his drug use which he confessed to in his book Spare.

The legal challenge has been pursued by the Heritage Foundation against Biden’s Department of Homeland Security

They claim that, under US immigration law, evidence of past drug use can be used as grounds to reject a visa application.

Trump said he was furious at the Joe Biden administration for “protecting Harry” by keeping his immigration application confidential.

He told Daily Express US: “I wouldn’t protect him. He betrayed the Queen. That’s unforgivable. He would be on his own if it was down to me.”

Trump also believes the Royal Family had been “too gracious” to Harry after “what he has done”.

It comes after Harry told ABC’s Good Morning America that he had also “considered” applying to become a US citizen.

During the same interview, the duke revealed he “jumped on a plane” as soon as possible to see King Charles after his father was diagnosed with cancer.’

Talking about his trip while in Canada to promote the Invictus Games, Harry said: “I love my family”.

“The fact that I was able to get on a plane and go to see him, and spend any time with him, I’m grateful for that,” he said.

Using the example of those taking part in the Invictus Games, he suggested such pressures could help to bring families together.

“Throughout all these families, I see it on a day-to-day basis, the strength of the family unit coming together,” he said.

“Any illness, any sickness, brings families together,” he said