Donald Trump has paid tribute to the Queen after the Palace announced her death at the age of 96.
The former US president had some controversial encounters with the Queen including one incident where he broke royal protocol and walked in front of her.
Trump and the Queen were inspecting the royal guard at Windsor Castle when he made a royal faux pas by forcing the Queen to change direction and move around him.
Visiting politicians and dignitaries are usually briefed on how to walk, talk and behave when greeting the monarch, but Trump appeared to get the walk wrong.
The issue is unlikely to have bothered the Queen, who according to reports by former First Lady Michelle Obama, once called royal protocol “rubbish”.
He called the late Queen Elizabeth a “great woman” who never made mistakes following the death of Britain’s 96 year-old monarch on Thursday.
“Who could be greater than what she’s done? And she did it so long, so well and never made mistakes,” Trump said on GB News.
Other incidents, include Trump reportedly made the Queen wait on his first official visit in 2018 and going in for a handshake instead of the more traditional bow.
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