Trump Says Prince Harry Could Be Deported from US

Former U.S. President Donald Trump commented on the possibility of Prince Harry being deported from the U.S. if he falsely stated his drug use on his American visa application.

During a preview of an interview with GB News scheduled for Tuesday evening, Trump addressed the visa controversy surrounding Prince Harry, who currently resides in California, emphasizing that the royal should not receive special treatment.

“We’ll need to see if there’s any information about the drugs, and if he lied, they’ll need to take the appropriate measures,” Trump remarked.

When interviewer Nigel Farage inquired whether this could result in Prince Harry being expelled from America, Trump responded vaguely, saying, “Oh, I’m not sure. You’ll have to inform me. You just have to inform me.”

Prince Harry’s visa status has been the subject of a legal dispute since last year when the Heritage Foundation, a conservative American think tank, sued the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for access to his immigration records.

Certain American visa applicants are typically required to disclose any history of drug use, and failure to do so can lead to denial of their application. Other public figures have encountered difficulties entering the U.S. due to their reported drug use.

In his memoir “Spare,” Prince Harry confessed to using various drugs and psychedelics, including cocaine, marijuana, and magic mushrooms. However, it remains unclear whether he disclosed this information on his visa application.

Since their controversial departure from the royal family and relocation to the U.S., both Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have faced criticism from right-wing commentators in both the U.S. and U.K. Trump, a prominent figure in the Republican Party, has frequently targeted the high-profile couple, stating, “I’m not a fan of Meghan, I’m not a fan, and I wasn’t right from the beginning. I think poor Harry is being led around by his nose.”

Earlier this month, a federal judge ruled that the DHS must provide Prince Harry’s visa documents for review, with lawyers for the department requesting additional time to locate the records.