DONALD TRUMP has weighed in on the fallout from the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey which aired last week.
According to the former president's senior adviser Jason Miller, Trump said he thinks that Meghan is "no good," but did not want to go public with his comments for fear he would "cancelled" like Piers Morgan.
During an appearance on Steve Bannon's podcast on Wednesday, Miller said Trump told him he could "make a little news" by sharing his reaction to the interview - but he ultimately decided it wasn't a good idea.
"When I was talking to the president this morning ... he's like: 'Yeah, [Meghan's] no good. I said that and now everybody's seeing it'.
'"But you realise if you say anything negative about Meghan Markle you get cancelled. Look at Piers [Morgan],
"I'm on Team Piers. Piers is the best, he's the greatest, and they went and tried to cancel him simply because he criticized Meghan Markle. This is just the latest chapter of woke culture'," Miller recalls Trump saying.
Morgan resigned from his job as host of ITV's Good Morning Britain programme last week following a series of negative comments he made about Markle after her interview with Oprah was released.
The 55-year-old said he "didn't believe a word" that came out of the Duchess of Sussex's mouth after she claimed that a member of the Royal Family has made a racist comments about her unborn baby Archie, and that the Palace had denied her medical help when she was having "suicidal thoughts".
It's understood that Markle herself contacted ITV to complain about Morgan's comments.
Morgan was asked to apologise for what he said, but he refused, and resigned in protest.
Trump has also spoken out against Markle in the past. In September last year, both Harry and Meghan publicly backed Joe Biden in the upcoming US election.
He responded by saying: "I'm not a fan of hers, and I would say this ... I wish a lot of luck to Harry, because he's going to need it."
Trump also called her "nasty" back in 2019.