Prince Harry is facing a backlash after the call to the First Amendment of the US “crazy” during an appearance on the podcast last week.
The Duke of Sussex commented on an episode of Dax Shepard and Monica Padman’s podcast “Armchair Expert”.
Chat about life in Los Angeles, where Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle has settled since leaving Britain’s Prince talked about what the media called. As a result of his stay at the producer Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills Mansion and film actor, He has a particular problem with the paparazzi.
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“I do not want to start the First Amendment because it is a big deal and it really, I do not understand because I̵7;ve been coming here for a short time only,” Harry said, “but you will find vulnerabilities in everything. And you can take advantage of or take advantage of what is not said rather than hold on to what is said.
“I have a lot that I would like to say about the First Amendment as I understand it. But it’s boring, ”he continues.
Reviews of Harry caused criticism in the online world.
“Glad he could say that,” replied R-Texas State Sen. Ted Cruz.
“I just doubled the size of my Independence Day party,” wrote representative Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas on Twitter.
Former Brexit leader Nigel Farage tweeted: “For Prince Harry to condemn the First Amendment of the United States showing that he lost a plan soon, he will not be looking at one side of the pool.”
“They bore me to shut up, Harry,” Rita Hotel Anaheim columnist for the newspaper The Australian writes.
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“Sunday Riddle: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is an interview with Holly Woods many times before they get the privacy they claimed despair in” Candy. Conservative political activist Des Owens replied.
“I wonder if he thinks the fourth Amendment is ‘bollocks’ and the 14th Amendment is ‘pish-posh,’ added Dinesh D’Souza, author, filmmaker and moderator.
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“Imagine the idea that people have the right to speak in their hearts without fear of being arrested,” another user tweeted.