UK’s Prince Harry: Donald Trump Has 'Blood on His Hands'

Brenda Watkins
March 14, 2020

Russian pranksters say they duped Prince Harry into believing he was speaking to environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg on two occasions, The Sun newspaper reported on Tuesday.

"Such lovely conviction from Prince Harry, even though Greta Thunberg is fake, if he really said those words, I am proud of him", one Twitter user wrote on Wednesday. The prince reportedly received the calls when he was on Vancouver Island in Canada, the Daily Mail reported.

The duke also said US President Donald Trump has "blood on his hands" in a leaked snippet from the call. "He is from Norway, called Ingus Sorhein, he may able to help you, he knows all the right people", the voice said at one point.

In an emailed statement to on Wednesday, a spokesperson for the Household of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Buckingham Palace said they were not commenting on the matter.

In one exchange, Prince Harry reportedly said President Trump has "blood on his hands" for pushing the interests of the coal industry, adding: "Trump will want to meet you to make him look better but he won't want to have a discussion about climate change with you because you will outsmart him". But we've visited those places and I'm sure you have as well.

Harry said he and Meghan are happier as commoners and their life in Canada is "much better" than serving as senior royals. "But you have to understand that because he has been around for so long like all of these other people, they are already set in their ways".

When asked what it was like moving from a royal life to something more normal, Harry insisted his is more normal than even his family realises.

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The spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for further comment. TikTok mentioned these pointers had been older and now not used.

Harry denied reports he has been stripped of his royal title, saying that's not the reality.

"We talk about this being a prank but actually its not particularly amusing for Prince Harry", said ABC News royal contributor Victoria Murphy.

When they asked him about Prince Andrew's ties to late multimillionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, he responded that he had "very little to say on that".

"I can assure you, marrying a Prince or Princess is not all it's made out to be!" the Duke of Sussex continues.

Harry was recorded by the pair as he told them on the phone that he and wife Meghan are "completely separate from the majority of my family".

ED! contacted Harry's reps for comment.

Harry also told the fake Greta he thought she could "outsmart" United States president Donald Trump but he'd want to meet her to "look better" and urged her to get UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to "believe in" her, before explaining he and his wife decided against establishing their own charity in favour of promoting their humanitarian work and climate change campaigning in other ways.

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