President Trump shared his thoughts and feelings about meeting the Queen of England on Friday in an interview with Piers Morgan.
“Well first of all I was thinking about my mother. My mother passed away a while ago and she was a tremendous fan of the Queen. She thought she was a woman of elegance, and my mother felt she was a great woman,” the president said in the interview published Sunday. “I remember even as a little guy, if there was any kind of a ceremony to do with the Queen, my mother would be watching the television – she wanted to see it.”
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“She is so sharp, so wise, so beautiful. Up close, you see she’s so beautiful. She’s a very special person. And the way she’s conducted herself for so many years. And she’s got a lotta years left,” he continued.
The president met the Queen on Friday at Windsor Castle with First Lady Melania Trump. (RELATED: Trump Becomes 11th President To Meet Queen Elizabeth)
Trump’s late mother, Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, was born on the Outer Hebrides of Scotland and immigrated to the United States in 1930.
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