Donald Trump’s Controversial Remarks On Prince Harry’s Immigration Status


Former President Donald Trump has sparked controversy once again with his recent comments suggesting that Prince Harry’s immigration status would be in jeopardy if he were to be re-elected as President. Speaking at the CPAC event in Maryland, Trump made it clear that he would not offer any protection to the Duke of Sussex, stating, “He would be on his own if it was down to me.”

Key Takeaway

Donald Trump’s remarks have reignited the debate surrounding Prince Harry’s immigration status, shedding light on the potential implications of a change in U.S. leadership on the Duke of Sussex’s residency in the country.

Trump’s Criticism of Prince Harry

Trump did not hold back in expressing his disapproval of Prince Harry, accusing him of betraying the Queen, which he deemed as unforgivable. He also criticized the Biden administration for being too lenient on Harry in the midst of a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) controversy.

Prince Harry’s Immigration Battle

The controversy revolves around a watchdog group’s lawsuit against the federal government, seeking access to documents related to Prince Harry’s immigration papers and visa application. Despite not being a U.S. citizen, Prince Harry’s admission of past drug use in his memoir has raised questions about potential violations of DHS entry protocols.

The watchdog group argues that Prince Harry’s confession constitutes a breach of entry protocol, while Homeland Security contends that he has a right to privacy and questions the validity of the confession. Trump’s insinuation suggests that under his administration, Prince Harry’s immigration status could be at risk, potentially leading to deportation from the U.S.