Meghan Markle warned against slamming Trump post Megxit: 'If she criticises him openly, he will respond in kind'

The source has warned that if Meghan chooses to criticize Trump, he will not hold back


                            Meghan Markle warned against slamming Trump post Megxit: 'If she criticises him openly, he will respond in kind'
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Meghan Markle might now have to consider holding her horses before declaring her two-cent on President Donald Trump, at least that is what a source close to the White House thinks. The source has issued a caution in Meghan's interest and has advised her to keep her distance from Trump, to avoid getting blasted. Meghan has been vocal against Trump and now that she doesn't have the royal family's 'protection', Trump would not hold back.

In a conversation with The Express, the source said, "She has now effectively abandoned the royal family that embraced her. Frankly, she will be fair game in the president's eyes." 

The source tried hinting that after Meghan has officially left her life as a British royal behind, she is no longer immune to the wrath of Trump, who would probably have not commented out of respect for her royal titles. Further emphasizing firmly on the statutory phrase, the source said, "If she criticizes him openly, you'd better get ready because he will respond in kind."

Might be speculative, but this veiled warning from the White House seems indicative towards the beginning of a new age of heated strikes between Meghan and Trump, who've shared a history of mutual adversity.

Meghan had lashed out at Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign by calling him "misogynistic" and "divisive". Trump too had retaliated by calling her "nasty".

In a surprising response, Trump earlier this month had expressed sympathy with the Queen by saying that she did not deserve to get upset by Harry and Meghan due to 'Megxit'. He said, "I have such respect for the Queen, I don't think this should be happening to her."

In sharp contrast to his current stance, the leader was slammed in a series of reports for breaking the royal etiquette and being 'disrespectful' by walking ahead of the Queen in his July 2018 visit to the Windsor Castle.

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