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Piers Morgan and Caitlyn Jenner spat on social media about the Donald Trump interview

Piers Morgan’s upcoming interview with Donald Trump has drawn social media attention and led to Caitlyn Jenner refusing to guest-star on his show

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Piers Morgan has been embroiled in a war of words with Caitlyn Jenner on social media after the release of the teaser clip for the former Good Morning Britain host’s interview with Donald Trump.

In the trailer, the 56-year-old presenter appeared to anger the former president, 75, as Trump stormed off on the topics of discussion.

Morgan has since revealed that he “never seen him so angry or felt so uncomfortable around him” when opening up via chat.

But the clip so enraged former Olympian Jenner, 72, that she decided to cancel her own interview with the controversial Brit.

And her blast sparked an intense back-and-forth with Morgan on Twitter on Thursday.

Jenner started off with a quote tweeting another user’s views on the upcoming interview, writing, “This is a pathetic attempt to use President Trump as a vehicle to revitalize the career of a failed TV host,” @TayFromCA…could no longer agree. @piersmorgan I have just had my management cancel my performance with you this Wednesday due to your abhorrent misconduct today.







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Morgan was quick to respond, slapping the star for the Cancel Culture comments as he asked her to watch the entire discussion before hastily acting.

He responded by quoting her tweet and saying: “Hi Caitlyn, I thought you hated the cancel culture? I did a 75 minute interview with President Trump.

That wasn’t the end of it, and throughout Thursday, the two exchanged multiple replies.

Jenner’s response began: “This isn’t about abandonment culture @piersmorgan. It’s about your desire to be relevant at the expense of others by completely misrepresenting interviews based on editing Beil jobs for clicks.

“What you did to Trump would make any public figure think twice about coming on your show.”

Morgan bit back: “You haven’t seen the interview, nobody has because it hasn’t aired yet. If you look at it and think the same way, fine. If you don’t, get on the show.”

Earlier in the day, Jenner had called Morgan “pathetic” and urged the Trump Organization to expose him, saying they would “never do his show again.”

When a fan tried to say that Jenner hadn’t been invited to be on the show, she lashed out, saying, “I wasn’t just invited — I’ve been paid to be on his show in the past (multiple times) and got paid for it be back this wednesday for 10 minutes…







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“You have no idea what you’re talking about. @piersmorgan showed how unprofessional he is today.”

Morgan appeared to be reveling in all the spats on social media, going so far as to tell the former president to “take a chill pill” after a second statement was released.

Goading Trump, he tweeted, “We haven’t even aired it yet and he’s already released two angry statements… via a PROMO?!

“Have a cool puff, Mr. President – it’s a great interview, even if you’ve lost your rag a bit.”

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