Good Morning Britain’s Richard Madeley displeased fans when he insisted on interrupting a volunteer at the Ukraine border to ask about pizza toppings
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Good Morning Britain’s Richard Madeley sent fans into a frenzy after he repeatedly interrupted a report on Ukrainian refugees with a “ridiculous” line of questions.
The ITV program spoke to David Fox-Pitt, who is stationed on the border between Poland and Ukraine, and describes efforts to feed refugees fleeing their disabled homeland.
However, during an interview on Tuesday’s morning news program, ITV’s Richard, 65, repeatedly tried to interrupt the guest to ask what kind of pizza was being presented to refugees fleeing the country. most favorite Ukrainian invasion.
David, who was in the Polish village of Medyka, was interrupted via video link from London when he said: “I also want to mention the wonderful…”
Richard says: “What’s your favorite pizza topping? What’s your favorite pizza topping? “
David replied: “We do two. My favorite is the lovely cheese and pepperoni. ”
But GMB viewers were left stunned by the barrage of questions, many of whom took to Twitter to respond about the unnecessary disruption.
One person wrote: “With all the questions Richard Madeley might ask about Ukrainians finally making it to safety, he asked what the most popular pizza toppings are! Idiot!!”
Another added: “Richard Madeley asked at the safe camp, devastated, scared, war-torn homeless refugees what is FAVORITE PIZZA? This is a really ridiculous man.”
Another commented: “God, give me strength,” adding, “Richard Madeley asks tough questions on GMB.”
Brit David runs an events company in the UK and has traveled to Poland to help refugees by sourcing and fundraising for food at the border.
Elsewhere on the show, Richard asked the harder question of guest Matt Hancock, to whom he questioned the congressman’s decision to accept Ukrainian refugees.
Richard insisted on addressing the “elephant in the room” and asked whether the West Suffolk MP had announced the move to “rebuild his reputation” following explosive revelations about his relationship in 2016. last.
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“We all know there will be skeptics watching this and people who will be online, on Twitter, on social media and say the reason you’re doing this is to help rebuild your reputation,” said Richard. your reputation after you have had a bad political fall and you are living in the wilderness and that is why you are doing this to fundamentally improve your position. “
But Hancock insists the truth of the matter is “quite the opposite”.
Hancock noted that he appeared on BBC Radio Suffolk yesterday morning to discuss the plans when the drummer presenter asked him if he was planning to sign up and he confirmed he would.
Good Morning Britain airs at 6am on weekdays on ITV.
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