Piers Morgan told UK politicians to get some “cojones” as he admitted his love for Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky during their war with Russia
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Piers Morgan once again showed his support for Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky while also criticizing politicians in the UK.
The outspoken presenter, 56, spoke out about the actions of the Ukrainians as the country continued to fight against Russia’s invasion on Tuesday.
Taking to Twitter, Piers declared his love for the president after his defiant speech.
The former Good Morning Britain presenter shared a Mirror front page image of the politician holding hands in the air and wrote: “Love this guy.
“Such an incredible leader, incredible courage. If only our politicians had a little bit of his wine. Good luck.”
He also criticized the way the world allowed Russian leader Vladimir Putin to “bully them” as he commented a few hours earlier: “We know Putin’s convoy is coming to Kyiv and starts killing many women & children. than.
“We also know that we could have prevented it with air strikes that completely justify his war crimes. But we won’t, because we fear reprisals. Putin’s bullying has shamefully submitted the world.”
A few days earlier, Piers also showed his support for the Ukrainian transformative politician on Instagram.
Along with a divisive photo of Zelensky and Putin, the presenter wrote: “With every second that this war continues, President Zelensky’s reputation as a strong, brave, inspirational leader will increase with it. speed with President Putin’s reputation as a coward, coward, bully thug.
“We are all with you @zelenskiy_official – keep fighting. # Ukraine”
Julia Bradbury was among those who commented on the post, saying: “It’s true. Now let’s see what we do.. I don’t expect that we’ll respond appropriately.”
The words came after Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 57, said that Putin, 69, had “chosen the path of bloodshed and destruction” and Piers was quick to make clear his feelings about the president.
And many other celebrities have also given their names to support Ukraine and its leader as the whole world watches the unfolding disaster.
Friends star David Schwimmer also took to Instagram to share a post that read: “This is Volodymyr Zelensky. President of Ukraine.
“He was a Jew. His grandfather fought the Nazis in World War 2. Many of his relatives were killed in the Holocaust. He was standing up against a dictator. By because he’s brave. Because he knows what will happen if you don’t.”
He captioned the image by asking his followers to donate to those in the same situation and wrote: “Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was asked to evacuate Kyiv by order of the US government but declined the offer. .
“Zelensky said” The war is here; I need ammunition, not a ride.”
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/piers-morgan-hits-out-uks-26363399 Piers Morgan attacks UK politicians while praising Ukraine's 'incredible leader'