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World Trump once called Prince Andrew a 'lot of fun to be with,' despite claiming that he doesn't know him

10:22  06 december  2019
10:22  06 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Donald Trump once said Prince Andrew was " a lot of fun to be with " despite claiming on Tuesday that he doesn ' t know him . Despite the president's claim not to know Andrew , there are numerous photos showing the two men attending functions and chatting together effusively in February 2000

Prince Andrew and Trump smiling together just six months ago at Westminster AbbeyCredit: Getty - Contributor. Trump was asked this week if he knew Trump said in a 2000 interview with the mag: “ He ’s not pretentious. He ’s a lot of fun to be with ." It came in the same year Trump and wife Melania

Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Prince Andrew, Duke of York posing for the camera© Davidoff Studios/Getty Images

Donald Trump once branded Prince Andrew "a lot of fun to be with," despite claiming this week that he doesn't know him.

Trump made the comments to People magazine after attending the same Halloween party as the royal in 2000, hosted by model Heidi Klum at Hudson Bar, New York.

"He's not pretentious," Trump told Michelle Tauber for the article published on November 20, 2000. "He's a lot of fun to be with."

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President Donald Trump called Prince Andrew " a lot of fun ," according to a republished story from People in 2000. Prince Andrew was forced to withdraw from his royal duties after a television interview in which he tried to defend his past friendship with sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein.

Trump was asked this week if he knew the Queen's third child while in London for a Nato conference at Buckingham Palace. But it has now emerged the American previously heaped praise on Prince Andrew and described him as " a lot of fun ". In an interview with US celebrity magazine People the

However, at a press conference in London on Tuesday Trump told Reuters: "I don't know Prince Andrew."

Despite the president's claim not to know Andrew, there are numerous photos showing the two men attending functions and chatting together effusively in February 2000 and June 2018.

Prince Andrew, Duke of York wearing a suit and tie© Chris Jackson/Getty Images

According to the People article, Prince Andrew was seen chatting with Trump, and then Ghislane Maxwell, at the Halloween party.

"The teetotaling Andrew sipped bottled water and chatted with Maxwell, who wore a leopard-print jacket and platinum wig, as well as with Donald Trump and his girlfriend, model Melania Knauss," Tauber wrote.

Maxwell is alleged to have solicited young girls for convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his associates, which accusers say included Prince Andrew, to have sex with.

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“I don’ t know him , no," Trump said, shaking his head — despite several photos of the two men © Chris Jackson/Getty Images Prince Andrew , Duke of York smiles with President Trump during the Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite who accusers claim was Epstein’s girlfriend, also appears to be

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Ghislaine Maxwell posing for a picture© Florida Southern District Court

One of her accusers is Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who says she was coerced into having sex with Prince Andrew three times when she was a teenager.

Prince Andrew has "categorically" denied the claim.

"It didn't last very long, the whole entire procedure. It was disgusting. Um, he wasn't mean or anything, but he got up and he said, 'thanks,' and walked out. And I sat there in bed just horrified and ashamed," Giuffre told BBC Panorama this week.

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