Audio doesn't lie.  

By Alicia Brunker
Updated Jun 03, 2019 @ 9:45 am

Over the weekend, Donald Trump shockingly called Meghan Markle "nasty" hours before touching down in London to meet the royal family.

When a reporter at The Sun told Trump that Meghan said she'd move to Canada if he got elected as president, Trump quipped: "A lot of people are moving here [to the U.S.]. So what can I say? No, I didn’t know that she was nasty." Likely, Trump was using the term in reference to the "nasty woman" movement — aka women who support Hillary Clinton — but it was unclear from his message.

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And while POTUS is no stranger to putting his foot in his mouth with insulting comments like the above, he's now denying that he said it all together — despite there being audiotape evidence.

"I never called Meghan Markle 'nasty.' Made up by the Fake News Media, and they got caught cold! Will @CNN, @nytimes and others apologize? Doubt it!" he wrote on Twitter. Immediately after his tweet, Walter Shaub, the former director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, fired back: "Here's the tape of you calling her nasty. Enough with the lies!"

At the 0:59 mark, it's clear that Trump said the phrase: "I didn't know she was nasty." Awkwardly, Trump just landed in London and is meeting with the Queen and the rest of the royals minus Meghan, who is on maternity leave.

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We're already cringing at the uncomfortable conservations that are bound to take place during the three-day visit.