DONALD Trump bragged that he could have seduced Princess Diana and even made a sick joke about forcing her to have an HIV test in a radio interview – just a few months after she died.

And in another interview Trump told DJ Howard Stern that he thought she was "crazy" but that was a "minor detail".

 Donald Trump made the sickening claims in a radio interview just months after Princess Diana died
 Trump said he could have 'nailed' the tragic royal

The astonishing revelations came to light in newly-unearthed recording of a 1997 interview between the now US President and New York shock jock Stern.

The DJ asks the real estate magnate: "Why do people think it’s egotistical of you to say you could’ve gotten with Lady Di?

"You could’ve gotten her, right? You could’ve nailed her."

Trump replies: "I think I could have."

He then jokes about giving Diana an HIV test before having sex with her.

Stern acted out an imaginary scene where Trump tells her to get tested, saying: "Hey Lady Di, would you go to the doctor?"

Trump joins in the made-up scene, saying: "Go back over to my Lexus, because I have a new doctor.

"We wanna give you a little check-up."

 Trump was a regular guest on Howard Stern's show
 Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Beth Ostrosky and Howard Stern at a New York Knicks basketball game in 2005
 The US President said Diana had 'supermodel' looks
 Diana died in 1997 in a Paris car crash that also killed her boyfriend Dodi Fayed and their chauffeur
 The royal was just 36 when she died

The businessman then talked about the looks of the recently-deceased mother-of-two, saying: "she had times when she didn’t look great" but she was "supermodel beautiful" and "she had the height. She had magnificent skin".

The audio was released on the Factbase website, according to the Washington Post.

Trump was a regular guest on Howard Stern's radio show.

A Kensington Palace spokesperson declined to comment.

In 2015 the BBC TV presenter Selina Scott said Trump gave Diana "the creeps" after the billionaire had “bombarded her at Kensington Palace with massive bouquets of flowers, each worth hundreds of pounds”.

Princess Diana's sudden death in Paris on August 31, 1997, aged just 36, stunned the world and sent Britain into mourning.


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