“He would say, ‘You’re like Derek Jeter.’ And I would say, ‘Exactly.’”She told the paper that she's never heard him make any sort of racist comments, but was left "horrified" by what he said about the deadly attack in Charlottesville.
that the real estate tycoon is not a racist.“I would never go out with anybody that was a racist — of course not — that's crazy,"she said at the time.
Read: Mother of Woman Killed in Charlottesville Will Not Speak With Trump 'After What He Said About My Child'Young and Trump dated for about two years.
In 2007, she co-founded the salon, Hair Rules, in New York City, where she lives with her family.
In 2001, while Trump was dating his future wife Melania, he called in to the Howard Stern radio show to praise Young.“She's a wonderful girl.
The engagement of Britain’s Prince Harry to actress Meghan Markle is raising eyebrows on both sides of the Atlantic for a particularly British set of reasons: She’s a biracial woman who will be the first American divorcée to marry into the royal family in nearly 81 years.
The royal family announced that Markle will become a British citizen before she marries Harry during a May 19, 2018 ceremony in Windsor Castle.
That’s not just a reflection of Harry’s checkered public image (a British soldier who served in Afghanistan, Harry had years earlier sparked controversy for attending a costume party in Nazi regalia).
It’s also a reflection of Markle, who she is — and who she isn’t.
In an interview that evening with the BBC’s Mishal Husain, Markle said she and Harry met in July 2016 on a blind date set up by a mutual friend, then cemented their relationship during a camping trip to Botswana. "As a matter of fact, I could barely let you finish proposing. '" The engagement sets the stage for the first royal wedding since Harry’s older brother William, the heir to the British throne, married Kate Middleton in 2011.
She said Harry asked her to marry him during what she described as a “cozy night” at home. Nearly 23 million Americans watched TV coverage of the wedding, outstripping the number who had watched Charles’s wedding to Diana in 1981 (the ring Harry gave to Markle included several diamonds that had belonged to his late mother).
However, he also said that "a line has been crossed" in the coverage of Markle."Some of this has been very public — the smear on the front page of a national newspaper; the racial undertones of comment pieces; and the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls and web article comments," the statement reads.