Meghan Markle interned at state department, likely a CIA agent

Geoffrey Pyatt has retweeted the info that Meghan Markle was an intern for the State Department. Was she also CIA agent like so many state department interns? That would explain Meghan’s close connection to the eugencist Globalists, the Obamas, and Chicago, and connections to Prince Charles.

Prince Harry and Meghan spent last weekend in a cottage in the UK, and not on a Greek island as expected.

How to explain Harry’s involvement? Well, he could be blackmailed, for example, if there is evidence, DNA test etc, that he is actually the son of James Hewitt.

Citizenship aside, Markle already has an international background. She graduated in 2003 from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, after double-majoring in theater and international studies. She studied in Madrid for a semester and interned at the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires. Her career in television and film took her all over the globe.

11. She interned at an American embassy in Argentina.
Markle spent six weeks as a junior press officer in Argentina.

Markle graduated from Northwestern University in 2003  with a double major in theater and international studies, but she landed an impressive internship while still in college, according to the book.

With a little help from her uncle’s connections with the US government, Markle did a six-week internship at the State Department, working as a junior press officer at an American embassy in Argentina.

Her boss, Mark Krischik, said she showed “she had all that it takes to be a successful diplomat,” MONEY reported.

While in Argentina, Markle took the foreign service test but failed, according to the biography.

But maybe it was all for the best, as she ended up being able to bless us with her portrayal of the clever and fierce Rachel Zane on “Suits.”

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