Piers Morgan stays “100% convinced” he was in the suitable when he poured scorn on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Oprah interview, and will use his Fox Nation sit-down to lash out at ‘woke’ ITV executives, based on contemporary stories.
The jobless former Good Morning Britain host is claimed to be dissatisfied at how issues ended between him and ITV bosses, and will use the hour-long interview to take aim at all of the folks he feels have wronged him.
“Piers won’t be pulling any punches. He is still very disappointed about the way things finished at GMB,” an insider stated.
“For a while there was anger, but now that’s switched to a determination – a determination to continue standing up for what he believes in.”
Backed by followers who’ve been tweeting and sending him letters of assist, Piers is considered planning his 60-minute platform to skewer the ‘woke brigade’ who he feels value him his job – as opposed, say, to his personal refusal to make a public apology after telling the Duchess of Sussex he ‘did not imagine’ she had suicidal ideas.
“For a long time he felt certain people at ITV – not all – wanted him to tone down his style. But there was no chance of that. Piers wears his heart on his sleeve and in the end walking away became a point of principle,” the mole added to the Sun.
Piers can also be stated to have boasted to friends that he’ll take an enormous chunk of TV viewers with him wherever he goes subsequent, after viewers switched off GMB in droves following his stroppy exit.
“Piers therefore thinks he has a duty to return to the screen and provide a voice for all the people who don’t have the platform which he is lucky to occupy,” the supply added.
It comes after Piers took one more swipe at Meghan when he vowed to “tell MY truth” in the Tucker interview.
Piers has up to now damaged his silence about Meghan and Prince Harry’s Oprah interview in a half-hour rant on GMB, watched by a number of million folks; in a 7,000-word essay for the Mail on Sunday, and in a number of tweets, Instagram posts and snarky messages to friends, so it is unclear what extra he’ll be saying on Monday night.
In a teaser trailer for the interview, Tucker tells the digicam: “So, Piers Morgan was banished from television for asking a simple question: how is it that the most privileged people in our society get away with posing as the most oppressed?”
“And for asking that, of course they crushed him, they took his job away. On Monday we will speak to Piers Morgan for his first on camera interview since he was cancelled.”