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The Touching Tribute From President Trump To The Death Of Prince Philip

 

From one great world leader to another, the message was meant mostly for grieving heartbroken Queen Elizabeth.

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“The world mourns the passing of Prince Philip, a man who embodied the noble soul and proud spirit of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth,” Trump said, according to The Hill’s report. “Melania and I send our deepest and most profound condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and to the entire Royal Family. We send our most heartfelt sympathies to the British people. This is an irreplaceable loss for Great Britain, and for all who hold dear our civilization.”

And our great former leader continued expressing his condolences by further praising Prince Philip, saying that ” he defended British with dignity and grace, and personified the quiet reserve, stern fortitude, and unbending integrity on the country.”

“For seven decades, Prince Philip brought the same sense of duty and purpose to his role as consort and husband to the Queen,” the former president continued. “He was admired by his fellow citizens and respected by everyone around the world. His exceptional example of service, constancy, and patriotism will be his greatest legacy.”

“Over the past few years, Melania and I were honored to have the opportunity to visit the United Kingdom,” Trump said. “We saw firsthand how the Monarchy epitomizes and carries on the virtues of the British People—and no one did so more than Prince Philip. As we grieve his loss, we celebrate his memory and rededicate ourselves to the values to which he devoted his extraordinary life. He will be greatly missed.”

This came just in a few hours after Buckingham Palace has announced Philip’s death.

Source
thehill.comlifezette.com

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