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Donald Trump Brags about the Chemistry He Shares with Queen Elizabeth

Rodolfo Vieira
Jun 08, 2019
01:48 P.M.
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During a recent interview with Fox News Lauran Ingraham, the President of the United States revealed that he and Queen Elizabeth had the best of times together.

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On Friday, June 7, 2019, Donald Trump opened up and shared some insight regarding his trip to the United Kingdom and the 75th-anniversary celebrations of D-Day.

While talking to Ingraham, the mogul just couldn't stop complimenting the monarch, describing her as an "incredible woman" and someone he has a good relationship with.

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IT IS ALL ABOUT CHEMISTRY

According to Trump, he really got to know the Queen and what she is all about considering that he had the honor of being with her on numerous occasions.

He said:

"The meeting with the Queen was incredible. I think I can say I really got to know her because I sat with her many times and we had automatic chemistry, you will understand that feeling. It's a good feeling. But she's a spectacular woman."+

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LIKE THERE WAS NO ONE ELSE IN THE ROOM

Trump also spoke about the state banquet in his honor and how he entertained the Queen, claiming that some people said they had never seen her having a better or even animated time.

The Head of State shared that their conversation was so good that he didn't even know who the other people sitting at the table were, all because he only spoke to her.

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BREAKING SOLDIERS' HEARTS

His wife, Melania Trump, stood by his side during the trip to the United Kingdom and was also very popular, especially with some of the veterans they met.

One of them was Thomas Cuthbert, from Elmstead Market, who told the President that if he were 20 times younger, he would try his luck with Melania.

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The other was Harold Terence, who received the Legion of Honor medal from French President Emmanuel Macron but missed his chance to hug the First Lady of the U.S.

According to the 95-year-old, he made a bet with a friend that he would hug Melania, but when the moment came, Terence froze and didn't manage to get more than a high-five.

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