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Former US President Donald Trump has said that if he becomes president again, he would take “appropriate action” against Prince Harry if he lied on his US visa application.

The next US presidential election takes place in November.

According to US visa requirements, an applicant must disclose any history of drug use. The answer could impact the application’s approval process. If it’s discovered that an applicant lied on their application, it could result in penalties including deportation.

Since 2020, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have lived in California along with their two children.

In his memoir Spare, Prince Harry admitted to taking illegal drugs in the past. Soon after the publication of the book, the Heritage Foundation sued the US Homeland Security Department to gain access to Prince Harry’s immigration records.

At the beginning of March, a US judge ruled that details about Prince Harry’s visa application must be handed over to the court.

During the interview with Nigel Farage, Trump said that Prince Harry wouldn’t receive any “special privileges” if it was found that he lied during his application.

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