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If this were any other celebrity, her rhetoric wouldn’t have caused much of a buzz—voter participation, after all, isn’t the I Run On Caffeine Cat Hair And Cuss Words Shirt and I will buy this most divisive of causes. But the headlines emerged: “Meghan and a VERY political broadcast for the U.S. Election,” The Daily Mail read. It’s not exactly a secret that Markle is anti-Trump: In 2016, she called him a “misogynist” on The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore. (Three years later, President Trump was made aware of her comments and, in turn, called her “nasty.”) She also enjoys friendships with both the Obamas and Hillary Clinton, the latter of whom visited her at Frogmore Cottage. However, during her brief career as a working royal, she wasn’t able to show any political preference at all.