Trump publishes King’s letter ‘without his permission’

Donald Trump has a new book of personal correspondence with world leaders, public figures and celebrities to be released Tuesday - Michael Conroy/AP

Donald Trump has a new book of personal correspondence with world leaders, public figures and celebrities to be released Tuesday – Michael Conroy/AP

Donald Trump is said to be releasing a personal letter from the king without the monarch’s permission, according to the Telegraph.

The letter will appear in a new book of personal correspondence with world leaders, public figures and celebrities, due to be released on Tuesday.

The letter, written in 1995 when the King was Prince of Wales, says thank you Mr Trump for the award of honorary membership Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida.

It wished Mr Trump every success at his new private members’ club, which the former President opened after purchasing the mansion, and expressed an interest in visiting.

He also reportedly suggested Mr Trump, who was a property developer at the time, to visit his Institute of Architecture in London.

In another letter dated July 3, 1997, a few weeks before her death, Diana, Princess of WalesShe thanked “Donald” for the flowers he sent her for her birthday

“You are truly amazing and I am deeply touched that you thought of me in this special way,” she wrote.

On July 23, 2013, former Prime Minister David Cameron responded to a letter from Mr Trump who had complained about wind turbines near his Scottish golf courses.

Mr Cameron, David signed the letter and told Mr Trump he understood his strong views on wind power.

Mr Cameron explained that the UK is committed to a “balanced energy mix” that includes renewable energy, adding: “I know wind in particular can be contentious for some communities.”

He said: “We made it clear that the need for renewable energy does not automatically override environmental protection.”

Miss Universe Election

The book also contains an exchange of letters between Mr Trump and Wladimir Putin in 2013 the announcement of the “exciting news” that the Miss Universe Election was brought to Russia.

Inviting Mr Putin to be the guest of honor, Mr Trump added: “I know our Moscow pageant will be our biggest and best Miss Universe ever and we are already overwhelmed by a very positive and widespread response from both international and also from Russian media. ”

Mr Trump added that the Trump Organization had turned down other competing countries wanting to host the event.

In response, Mr. Putin sent his congratulations on their success in bringing the pageant to Moscow.

“I hope that all participants of this remarkable event will go home with good memories of their visit to the Russian capital.

He added: “It is a pity that we could not hold our meeting, but I hope that we can chat on one of your upcoming visits to Russia.”

On December 15, 2016, now that Mr Trump has been elected President, Mr Putin conveyed his warmest greetings.

Setting a political signal, Putin added: “Serious global and regional challenges that our countries have been facing in recent years show that Russia-US relations are an important factor in ensuring stability and security in the modern world stay world. ”

He added: “I hope that after you take office as President of the United States of America, through constructive and pragmatic action, we will be able to take real steps to expand the framework of bilateral cooperation in various fields.” and bring our international cooperation to a qualitatively new level.”

Simon Cowell

The correspondence has its lighter moments, including a letter from 2009 Simon Cowell to Mr Trump, accompanied by an audiotape with excerpts from Britain’s Got Talent.

Mr Trump had held talks about being involved in an American version of the show.

“I really hope it works out,” wrote Mr. Cowell. “I would be happy if you were there.”

Letters to Trump is published by Winning Team Publishing, co-founded by Mr. Trump.

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