The Duke of Sussex has urged people in the US to “reject hate speech” and votein the country’s upcoming presidential election. The royal appeared alongsidewife Meghan for an event focusing on those people Time magazine considers themost influential in the world.
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As Harry and Meghan continue to be political in their statements in the US ahead of the election, Eric Schiffer, a reputation and brand consultant in California, warned they risked putting off 40% of..
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