Mr. Trump revealed the Queen’s comments on British prime ministers

Mr. Trump said that when asked about her feelings with the British prime ministers, Queen Elizabeth II replied that she “all loved them”.

“I grew up in a family where Queen Elizabeth II, with her elegance, charm and nobility and was greatly admired, especially with my mother, who was from Scotland,” said former US president Donald Trump. on September 10 shared in an article on the newspaper DailyMail his.

Mr. Trump noted that Queen Elizabeth II, during her more than 70 years of reign, has advised 15 British prime ministers since Winston Churchill, and witnessed 13 US presidents, calling the period of meeting her “one of one of the best times in the world.” pleasures in life”.

“When I asked her which British prime minister she was most satisfied with, the Queen said she loved them all,” Trump said. “She has seen the country weather the Nazi bombardment of London, the Cold War, the conflict in the Falkland Islands, the miners’ strikes, Brexit, Covid and many more.”





Former US President Donald Trump (right) and Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London, in June 2019.  Photo: Reuters.

Donald Trump (right) and Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London, June 2019. Image: Reuters.

The former US president commented that no matter what challenges come, the Queen of England is always there, beside her people, using her presence to reassure people.

“In the face of all adversity, the Queen shows a steadfast and calm character,” commented the former US president.

Referring to King Charles III, Mr. Trump said that the new British king would be a great and excellent successor, adding that he and his wife Melania Trump had the opportunity to get to know King Charles better during their previous visit to Britain.

After succeeding her father, King George VI in 1952, the Queen of England appointed 15 British prime ministers during her more than 70 years of reign. British Prime Minister Liz Truss was the last person to be appointed by her and also the first person whose appointment ceremony did not take place in London.

Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, at the age of 96. Her funeral will be held on September 19 at Westminster Abbey in London.

Ngoc Anh (Theo DailyMail)

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