Kate Middleton's Topless Photo Scandal Is All Her Fault, says Donald Trump
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Donald Trump took to twitter to voice his opinion that Kate Middleton has only herself to blame for the topless photo scandal.
Donald Trump is not the kind to shy away from voicing his opinion on current affairs. So it didn't come as much of a surprise when Trump gave his take on the whole Kate Middleton's Topless Photo Scandal. According to him, Middleton has only herself to blame for the whole scandal. He tweeted, "Kate Middleton is great - but she shouldn't be sunbathing in the nude - only herself to blame."
Trump then added, "Who wouldn't take Kate's picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing. Come on Kate!"
Trump also commented on the story on Fox and Friends, saying: "While we're all fans of Kate, can you imagine why she would ever be out in the nude? Why would she be standing in the nude in a swimming pool or wherever she was. She's Kate. It's terrible what they did, it's terrible to take pictures, but boy, how can you do a thing so stupid?"
Referring to the nude photos scandal surrounding Prince Harry, Trump went on: "The Harry thing you can almost say he was less... his security did a pretty bad job. But to be outside at a swimming pool without a top on and you're Kate... you know. Maybe they can stop it but it is a very, very foolish thing she did."
The Royal couple were happy with the verdict from the French court preventing the images being spread across the globe by the owners of Closer - the first to publish the naked pictures.
It is a sensational victory for the Duke and Duchess with the judge hitting the French magazine with a series of strict punishments for the breach of privacy.
'They welcome the injunction that's been granted, they always believed the law was broken and that they were entitled to their privacy,' a source close to the couple told MailOnline.
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Sep 20, 2012 08:42 AM EDT