After former Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took part in a Time 100 video, President Donald Trump on Wednesday made a change to the Duchess of Scotch, urging Americans to vote.
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Washington: After former Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took part in a Time 100 video, President Donald Trump made a change at the Duchess of Sussex on Wednesday, urging Americans to vote.
“Every four years, elections are said to be the most important election of our lives,” says Meghan, an American. But this is one, he insisted. When we vote, our values are applied and our voices are heard.
Harry called on Americans to reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity.
Neither Trump nor his Democratic challenger, who mentioned Biden by name, has been criticized by some for his comments.
Trump was asked about the video during a White House press conference, with the reporter saying the pair must encourage people to vote for Biden.
I’m not a fan of him and I’ll say it, and he’s probably heard it, but I wish Harry a lot of luck. He is needed, Trump said.
The couple recently moved into a California home after announcing they were relinquishing royal duties and moving to North America, saying what they saw was an intolerable intrusion and racist behavior by the British media.
Meghan married Harry, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, the star of the TV legal drama suite, in a grand ceremony at Windsor Castle in May 2018. He has a young son named Archie.
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