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Meghan Markle Should Absolutely Not Run for President

Would she be good at the job? Maybe. But the campaign would be a political nightmare...

This week author Tom Bower — who reportedly signed a six-figure book deal to write an unauthorized biography of Meghan Markle — spoke to British tabloid Closer about the Duchess' prospects in American politics.

While her husband Prince Harry would have to get his American citizenship to pursue political office — and could never be eligible for the presidency — as a natural-born American citizen, there would technically be nothing stopping Markle from running for any office, up to and including commander-in-chief. And Bower suspects that's exactly "where she sees herself going."

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No One Knows Elite Victimhood Like Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson attacked Meghan Markle as an example of "elites' unseemly victimhood," but elite victimhood is his whole schtick.

Tucker Carlson is an every man.

Sure, he makes millions of dollars being on TV, but he still knows how tough it is out there for working Joes, and he just wants the politicians and Hollywood bigshots to get off their high horses and stop lecturing us normal folks about how racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia are "problems" for other people. He's tired of guys like him and all the white men in his audience getting pushed around and shamed by the rich jerks with all the power.

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Best Reactions to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Oprah Interview

If Meghan Markle and Oprah don't end the monarchy, Twitter might.

Oprah's interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex provided insight into the royal family, the family drama we've been missing as we await Succession season 3, and meme fodder that has kept Twitter alight for days.

The tell-all interview revealed some troubling secrets about the royal family but didn't even scratch the surface. In the days following, the internet has been aflame discussing the implications of the interview on the royal family — will this be the thing that finally k*lls Prince Phillip — and recreating Oprah moments on TikTok.

Because what else is the internet for than tweeting through the dissolution of the monarchy? The revolution will be TikToked.

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Piers Morgan Just Canceled Himself Over the Meghan Markle Scandal

The professional blowhard has announced that he's leaving Good Morning Britain.

Piers Morgan has referred to cancel culture as "one of the very worst things about modern society."

And that heightened, hair-trigger sensitivity to criticism might explain how he sensed what was coming down the pipeline. Because an earlier version of this article was going to announce his official induction into the Cancelation Hall of Infamy, AKA the Cancel Canon, from which no career shall ever be revived (except Mel Gibson...and Alec Baldwin...and most of the other people who have supposedly been "canceled").

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Oprah’s 5 Most Revealing Interviews

Oprah has mastered the art of the celebrity interview by pushing just enough to give the people what we want.

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle absconded from the Royal family to start their new life in LA, it only seemed natural that their new life begin with a tell-all interview with Oprah.

Through relentless tabloid speculation during the course of their relationship, engagement, and life as royals, the couple remained quiet. Though Markle defended herself against the press itself, suing The Mail on Sunday for their blatant racism, she never revealed anything about life as a member of the family. Until now.

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Will Meghan Markle Be the End of the Royal Family as We Know It?

In a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey set to drop this weekend, Meghan Markle speaks out against the royal family.

It's no secret that being a part of the British royal family comes with its fair share of difficulties.

Once the most powerful family in the world, the Windsors now function primarily as figureheads who represent a bygone era of British global sovereignty. But that doesn't mean the world is any less fascinated by them. Royal weddings are routinely some of the most viewed television events worldwide, and tabloids in the UK and America alike are almost always teeming with royal gossip.

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