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Trump Piers Morgan Interview Leads to Conflict

Trump Piers Morgan Interview Leads to Conflict

Journalist Piers Morgan subjects Donald Trump to a tough interview, after which he angrily resigns. Or is it set to launch the new right-wing TalkTV channel with force?

On Monday, the United Kingdom receives a new conservative TV channel: TalkTV. It will rival the previously launched and largely failed GB News. TalkTV is part of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp empire, which includes times And Fox News belong. The face of TalkTV is controversial British journalist Piers Morgan.

An exclusive interview with Donald Trump is a dream stunt for conservative channel marketing. But a 30-second video posted in advance suggests Morgan is putting the former president firmly on the net. This was a fair election. “I lost,” Morgan says. Trump bites him as “too dishonest” and an idiot and asks to turn off the camera. Trump’s entourage has since declared it a misleading montage. “This is a pathetic attempt to use President Trump to revive the career of a failed television host,” a Trump spokesperson said.

In his long and eventful career, the 57-year-old (at age 29) was the editor-in-chief of Murdoch’s newspaper. world News He had a talk show on CNN from 2011 to 2014. He had to resign from British broadcaster ITV in March 2021 after appearing on his show Good morning Britain He mocked Meghan Markle. A few months later, he signed a multi-million dollar deal with Murdoch to write columns for her the sun And New York Post and create a daily talk show for the new TalkTV.

Piers Morgan has long been a Trump supporter. He even won the reality show in 2008 celebrity apprentice† But after storming the Capitol on January 6, 2021, he fell for the former president. Murdoch has reportedly been with Trump, although the opinion appears on his US channel Fox News continues to support the man.

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new offer Piers Morgan Uncensored It will not only be seen on TalkTV from Monday, but also on streaming service Fox Nation in the US and Sky News in Australia.