Donald Trump is certain that Princess Diana ‘kissed his ass’. However, her brother Charles Spencer sees it differently – and vents his anger on Twitter.
Former US President Donald Trump is not exactly known for his modesty. In a new book he says that Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II “kissed his ass”. A statement that caused opposition from Charles Spencer, brother of King Charles III’s late ex-wife.
In Spencer vented his anger. He wrote: “I’m surprised Donald Trump thinks my late sister Diana wanted to ‘kiss his ass.’ The only time she mentioned it to me she clearly thought it was worse than an anal fissure.” These are words that sit.
Donald Trump publishes new book
And they come at the worst possible time for Trump. According to a report by “” he is about to publish his new book “Letters to Trump”. This consists of 150 letters that the ex-president received in the course of his life.
According to Trump’s humble classification, all fan letters: “I think you’re going to see a very fascinating life. I knew them all and every one of them kissed my ass and now only half of them kiss my ass,” he said at the Announcement. A letter from Princess Diana is said to be part of the book.
Did Trump have sex with Princess Di?
And it’s not the first time Trump has opened up about his alleged past with King Charles III’s ex-wife. speaks. In 2000, in an interview with US presenter Howard Stern, he said that he had had intercourse with Princess Diana but had previously forced her to take an HIV test.
A scenario that Royal experts present very differently. In the book “The King: The Life of Charles III.” Christopher Andersens says, for example, that Trump aggressively pursued Diana after her divorce, but she always vehemently rejected his advances. In any case, that doesn’t necessarily sound like kissing on your ass.
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