Former White House adviser Stephen MillerStephen MillerOn immigration, President Biden needs a re-set The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Biden talks, Senate balks Pennsylvania Republican David McCormick launches Senate campaign MORE in a pair of tweets on Monday weighed in on Oprah WinfreyOprah Gail WinfreyPrince Harry and Meghan treat Atlanta's King Center to Black-owned food trucks for MLK Day Dr. Oz calls Fauci a 'petty tyrant,' challenges him to debate Best and worst crisis management in 2021 MORE's bombshell interview with the former Meghan MarkleMeghan MarklePrince Harry and Meghan treat Atlanta's King Center to Black-owned food trucks for MLK Day The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Democrats see victory in a voting rights defeat Meghan getting confidential sum from UK news outlet for copyright infringement MORE and Prince Harry, criticizing the Duchess and Duke of Sussex for their criticism of members of the royal family.

“Here’s the question Oprah should have asked Harry & Meghan: isn’t the whole point of the Royal Family that it’s *not* about you but about your country? It’s about service to the UK and the Commonwealth,” wrote Miller, a former adviser to former President TrumpDonald TrumpHeadaches intensify for Democrats in Florida Stormy Daniels set to testify against former lawyer Avenatti in fraud trial Cheney challenger wins Wyoming Republican activists' straw poll MORE.

In a follow-up tweet, Miller then touched on his past experience meeting some members of the royal family during a head of state visit Trump made to the United Kingdom when he held office.


“During President Trump’s head of state visit to the UK, I had the privilege of getting to meet several members of the Royal Family . They were unfailingly gracious & deeply committed to preserving the traditions and heritage of the UK,” he said.


In the interview with Winfrey, Meghan and Harry repeatedly brought up how issues of race came up with Great Britain's tabloid press and the royal family.

Meghan, who is biracial, disclosed in the interview that there were discussions in the royal family about how dark her and Harry’s child might be before Archie was born in 2019.   

Meghan also revealed in the interview that she faced suicidal thoughts at one point after getting married as she faced increase scrutiny from British tabloids. She discussed trying to seek help from “one of the most senior people” for access to mental health resources but said none were provided.


Since the interview, the couple has faced an avalanche on praise from celebrities and others on Twitter. 

White House press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiBiden: A good coach knows when to change up the team Virginia's Youngkin gets the DeSantis treatment from media On student loans, Biden doesn't have an answer yet MORE also said on Monday that President BidenJoe BidenUS threatens sweeping export controls against Russian industries Headaches intensify for Democrats in Florida US orders families of embassy staff in Ukraine to leave country MORE believes it took “courage” for Harry and Meghan to open up about their experiences as senior members of the royal family.

“For anyone to come forward and speak about their own struggles with mental health and tell their own personal story, that takes courage,” Psaki said when pressed at a briefing about whether Biden and first lady Jill Biden, who have a documented friendship with the prince, had any reaction to the interview.

“And that’s certainly something that the president believes, and he’s talked about the importance of investing in a lot of these areas that they’re committed to in the future as well,” Psaki continued. 

She declined to provide further commentary on behalf of the president, noting Harry and Meghan are now private citizens, saying: “These are private citizens sharing their own story and their own struggles.”

According to CNN, the interview, which lasted two hours, racked up more than 17 million viewers in the U.S. alone.