RTE 1 news – RTE News – 5.09.2017 12:54:24 King Philip II has urged Donald Trump to stay away from the US presidential campaign after the US President accused the royal family of “treason”.
King Philip, who is 88, is the longest-reigning monarch in the world.
Speaking in New York City today, the monarch urged Trump not to “turn his back on the people of the United States” who have “suffered tremendously”.
The Queen said she was “absolutely convinced” that her late husband had “done everything in his power to protect the United Kingdom”.
“He has a responsibility to protect us from all dangers and threats,” the Queen said.
“He knows what it takes to keep us safe.”
Trump has accused the Royal Family of treason and of being part of a plot to take over the United State.
The people of this great country are being victimized by these political hacks who would like to take their country back.” “
My wife was a loyal and devoted wife to me, but not so much to the United Nations.
The people of this great country are being victimized by these political hacks who would like to take their country back.”
The Queen is also expected to give a speech at the UN General Assembly on Thursday.
King Philip is also the third king to have been named as a nominee to head the United Nation’s human rights council.
The role of a special envoy for the UN Human Rights Council is to advise the body on issues of human rights.
In December, it was announced that King Salman would become the UN’s special envoy on human rights in the Middle East.
His successor as UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, is also in the running to succeed King Philip.
The Queen and the other monarchs of the Royal family have been in the spotlight this week following the US election results.
The King’s eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, had tweeted about her hopes of being named ambassador to the UK when the job was up.
Speaking to the Irish News, the Queen also told RTE’s Breakfast programme she was not concerned about the current climate of hatred in the US.
“I think what people are doing is they are really concerned about things in America, and they are doing what they have to do.
They are in charge of their own country, so there is a lot of power there, but there is also a lot power there to do good things for people.” “
But I don’t think that it’s necessarily going to be bad for the United, because they are the people who are actually in charge.”
They are in charge of their own country, so there is a lot of power there, but there is also a lot power there to do good things for people.
“The UK, Ireland, France, Canada and Germany are among the five permanent members of the UN Security Council.
The US has one permanent seat, which it has held since the end of World War Two.
The United Nations has been under US President Donald Trump’s administration since January 20, 2018.