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Prince Harry Slammed in the US, told ‘Go Back to Britain’ but They Don’t Want Him Either

The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, has come under fire in the United States (US) for describing the First Amendment as “bonkers”.

According to details, the First Amendment, particularly the free speech clause, was criticized by the Duke of Sussex in an interview with Dax Shepard.

According to the former editor of The Sun, Carhlie Rae, Harry’s hijinks are causing his popularity on, “both sides of the Atlantic to plummet.” While talking to talkRADIO about Harry, Rae said, “This guy was a heroin Britain and now he is the zero, I’m afraid.”

“His popularity has gone right down. There was a poll the other night which showed 54 percent of people just wished he would shut up.”

Rae went on to say, “He has faced an awful lot of criticism within America. He made a big mistake in criticizing the First Amendment. There has been an awful lot of traffic on social media from Americans saying, ‘if you don’t like it here, head off back.’”

Nigel Farage led criticism from the United Kingdom (UK) in the wake of his comments. “For Prince Harry to condemn the USA’s First Amendment shows he has lost the plot. Soon he will not be wanted on either side of the pond,” he said.

Another added: “Harry has made another fatal error, attacking US constitution. No Englishman can survive this and many Americans already want to see the back of him. Self-destructed in UK and now doing so in US. How will this all end for him?”

“If he has a problem with the constitution then he can go back to Britain,” said one Twitter user.

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