Princess Diana’s brother said that his late sister thought former President Donald Trump was less likeable than an anal ulcer, after he claimed the the British royals “kissed” his a-s in his upcoming book.
The late UK icon’s brother, Earl Charles Spencer, 58, a best-selling author and podcaster, claimed his sister had an unflattering view of Trump in a Wednesday social media post.
“Surprised to hear that Donald Trump is apparently claiming that my late sister Diana wanted to ‘kiss his arse’,” he tweeted.
“Since the one time she mentioned him to me – when he was using her good name to sell some real estate in New York – she clearly viewed him as worse than an anal fissure.”
In his upcoming book, “Letters to Trump,” the 45th president teased that in addition to American celebrities and politicians, his compilation of letters would include correspondence from Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana.
Trump’s book, which comes out on next month, will be comprised of 150 letters from the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Kim Jong-Un, and Hillary Clinton, amongst others.
In addition to their notes, the former president will provide personal photos, transcripts, and his own commentary about each one.
In his commentary about the royals, Trump said: “I knew them all and every one of them kissed my a-s, and now I only have half of them kissing my a-s.”
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Newsweek that it is “possible” that the letter included in the book could “contain embarrassing material.”
“Though it is highly unlikely they will contain anything compromising as [Diana] apparently viewed him with disdain,” he noted in agreement with Spencer’s assessment.
After 1995 interview with The Sunday Times, journalist Selina Scott surmised that Trump loved bombed Princess Diana with pricey bouquets of flowers, when he pursued her following her divorce from then Prince Charles.
“As the roses and orchids piled up at her apartment, she became increasingly concerned about what she should do,” Scott wrote. “It had begun to feel as if Trump was stalking her.”
She added that the 45th president viewed Diana as “the ultimate trophy wife.”
Fitzwilliams said that some of Trump’s comments about Diana in the past were “unspeakably vulgar.”
In a 1997 discussion with Howard Stern, the shock jock asked why people viewed it as “egotistical” that he could have entered into a relationship with the British royal.
“You could’ve gotten her, right? You could’ve nailed her,” Stern questioned.
“I think I could have,” Trump agreed.
However, Trump denied that there was “a little frisson” between the pair when he spoke to Piers Morgan, and said they had only met once.
“I met her in New York once standing in line, and we were all shaking hands, and that was the only time I ever met her,” he recalled in 2016.
“I read that story that I was calling her or something, and it was so false.”
“I did respect her,” Trump noted. “But no interest from that standpoint. But I did meet her once, and I thought she was lovely.”
Porn star Stormy Daniels met with Manhattan prosecutors on Wednesday, as DA Alvin Bragg is reportedly attempting to connect Trump to former attorney Michael Cohen’s $130,000 payoff to Daniels.
“At the request of the Manhattan DA’s office Stormy Daniels and I met with prosecutors today,” her attorney, Clark Brewster, tweeted on Wednesday.
“Stormy responded to questions and has agreed to make herself available as a witness, or for further inquiry if needed.”
“Thank you to my amazing attorney (who also always spells my name correctly) for helping me in our continuing fight for truth and justice,” she replied.
While discussing the potential criminal charges against Trump, “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg used a Romani slur on Wednesday’s show.
“The people who still believe that he got, you know, gypped somehow, will still believe that he cared enough… about his wife to pay that money from his personal thing,” she remarked.
“I just don’t understand. If that was the case, then why all the subterfuge? Why is Michael Cohen paying for it?”
Goldberg released an apology video later on Wednesday, blaming her use of the slur associated with “Gypsies” on her advanced age.
“You know when you’re a certain age you use words that you know from when you’re a kid or you remember saying, and that’s what I did today and I shouldn’t have, I should have thought about it a little longer before I said it,” she commented.
“But I didn’t and I should have said ‘cheated,’ but I used another word and I’m really, really sorry.”