Trump: Meghan Markle Is 'No Good and Now Everybody Sees It'
Former senior adviser Jason Miller reveals Trump's response to bombshell Oprah interview
President Donald Trump has reportedly blasted Meghan Markle as "no good," remarking that "I said that and now everybody's seeing it," a former senior advisor has revealed.
According to Jason Miller, Trump slammed Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, in response to her and Prince Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
However, the former aide claims Trump is refusing to speak publically on the matter as he believes those who speak out against the duchess will be "canceled" like British TV host Piers Morgan.
Miller lifted the lid on Trump's feelings about Harry and Meghan's interview during an appearance on Steve Bannon's podcast on Wednesday.
Trump apparently told Miller he could "make a little news" by sharing his reaction to the interview.
But he ultimately decided against throwing bait to the cancel mobs.
"When I was talking to the president this morning ... he's like: 'Yeah, [Meghan's] no good'," Miller recalled Trump saying.
"'I said that and now everybody's seeing it.
"'But you realize if you say anything negative about Meghan Markle you get canceled.
"'Look at Piers [Morgan]'," Trump reportedly said to Miller.
Morgan left his anchor post at Good Morning Britain last week amid criticism over his controversial comments about the interview.
The polarizing host said he "didn't believe a word" of what Meghan said about experiencing racism within the Royal Family and feeling suicidal when she was pregnant with son Archie.
Trump has spoken out against Meghan in the past, including when he famously called her "nasty" in 2019.
Miller, who worked as Trump's chief spokesman during his 2016 campaign and as his senior adviser in the 2020 campaign, said Trump told him: "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."
Morgan resigned from GMB a day after he stormed off set during an on-air row with colleague Alex Beresford, who criticized him for "continuing to trash" the Duchess of Sussex.
There were more than 41,000 complaints received by Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, including one from Meghan herself following the clash.
The duchess is said to have raised concerns with ITV about the effect Morgan's comments may have on the issue of mental health generally and those attempting to deal with their own problems.
But Morgan later repeated his condemnation of her interview the following day when he told reporters outside his West London home:
"If I have to fall on my sword for expressing an honestly held opinion about Meghan Markle and that diatribe of bilge that she came out with in that interview, so be it."
Soon after he announced his resignation and tweeted his thanks to the GMB team, praising them for their "hard work and dedication" that led to them beating their main breakfast TV rival.