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Donald Trump says Queen, Diana, Oprah ‘kiss my a**’ in private letters

The former US President has claimed the late Queen and Princess Diana “kissed his a**” in a shocking new book.

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“I knew them all — and every one of them kissed my ass, and now I only have half of them kissing my ass.”

His eldest son Donald Trump Jr. claimed the letters show how people treated the former president differently when he rose to the top of politics.

He said: “My father has lived an amazing life and has been around some of the most interesting people in the world.

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Donald Trump is set to detail his correspondence with Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana (Image: GETTY)

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Trump said people featured had ‘kissed his a**’ (Image: GETTY)

“It’s amazing how quickly their adoration of him changed when he ran for office as a Republican. Letters to Trump shows you exactly how they felt about him and how phony their newfound disdain truly is.”

In one letter, John F. Kennedy Jr., the son of former President John F. Kennedy, wrote a personal note to Trump thanking him for a meeting.

He wrote: “Dear Donald, Many thanks for joining us the other day at the George offices to discourse on politics, New York, men and women.

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Trump revealed a personal note he received for JFK’s son (Image: Courtesy of Winning Team Publishing)

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“Our staff thoroughly enjoyed your remarks and I trust you found the questions thought-provoking. You were most generous to make the time. Thanks again.”

Trump said: “He was a great guy. He was a friend of mine. Even though we were of a different persuasion, I believe he would have run for the Senate and that he would have been president someday.

“He was a handsome guy. He was a fantastic guy. He had the ‘it factor,’ and he would have gone to the top of the world in the Kennedy family.”

Trump went on to liken his new book of letters to a “treasure trove” and thanked two former assitants for helping him organise 40-years worth of correspondence.

He added: “They saved all my letters and they categorized them.”

Sergio Gor, the founder of Winning Team Publishing, said: “Long before entering the White House, Donald Trump was already corresponding with countless famous individuals.

“We went through thousands of letters and were amazed to see decades of correspondence with Kings, Presidents, Hollywood Stars, athletes, and business titans. No one else has such a collection, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to share it with the world.”