It seems like Donald Trump and Piers Morgan’s friendship is very much off, as a sneak peek at Morgan’s latest interview with his seemingly former friend appears to show Trump storming off. In a clip from the April 25 episode of “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” the twosome’s chat clearly did not go too well. The video shows the two going head-to-head as Morgan interviewed the businessman, who got increasingly annoyed before telling the journalist, “I think I’m a very honest man… much more honest than you, actually.”

Morgan then asked about the controversial 2020 election and President Joe Biden’s win, telling the ex-president he lost, to which Trump responded, “Only a fool would think that.” After Morgan pointed out that Trump had not provided any evidence to suggest the election was fraudulent (though his claims have been debunked), the former president bluntly responded, “I don’t think you’re real.” He then got up, asked for the cameras to be turned off, called his former friend “very dishonest,” and seemingly stormed off. Morgan also claimed to New York Post that he was sent a note from Trump’s team pre-interview listing all the negative things he’d said about him.

The interview came just over a year after Morgan claimed he was “done” with the president in the wake of the Capitol Building riots, saying on “Good Morning Britain” he didn’t think they’d ever reconcile their friendship after he was left “disappointed” with the way Trump handled things.


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