Trump says he would take 'necessary action' over the Prince Harry visa issue.  

WASHINGTON, March 19 (Reuters) Former US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that if Prince Harry lied on his visa  

Trump's comments to British right-wing media outlet GB News came during an interview with broadcaster and frequent Harry critic Nigel Farage.  

U.S. visa applicants must disclose any history of drug use, which may have an influence on their application. Lying on an application may result in sanctions, including deportation.  

Harry, who has resided in California since 2020, admits to past unlawful drug use in his biography "Spare,"  

US Homeland Security Department for access to his immigration records.   

Harry's visa application should be turned up, opening a fresh legal dispute.  

Farage, a longtime Trump supporter, asked the Republican presidential contender if Prince Harry should be granted any "special privileges" if he lied on his application.  

"No. Trump responded, "We'll have to see if they know anything about the drugs, and if he lied, they'll have to take appropriate action."  

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