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AP FACT CHECK: Trump denies calling Duchess Meghan 'nasty'


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   Negativity   55.00%
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SOURCE: https://apnews.com/2c80869488fa425295093d905009d439
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“Suits,” the cable TV legal drama she starred in at the time, was filming in Toronto.She ultimately married Prince Harry in 2018 and moved to Britain.After the interview was released, reporters at some news organizations tweeted that Trump called Meghan “nasty,” sparking debate.The case isn’t as clear as Trump portrays it to be, said Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center.Jamieson said in an email that since Trump’s interviewer is informing him about a statement that Trump says he was unaware of “one would ordinarily assume that his answer refers to that statement.” But she says the answer — “was nasty” — could also refer to a person or to what the person said.Complicating matters, Jamieson said, is Trump’s history of verbal attacks on people he views as antagonists and his sensitivity to negative statements about his election.“As a result, difficult to know what he meant,” she said.In the Sun interview, Trump also spoke positively about Meghan when asked whether it was good for an American to be a member of the British royal family.“I think it’s nice.

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