Piers Morgan vows to expose ‘my truth’ about Meghan Markle again amid GMB exit

Piers Morgan: Tucker Carlson previews Fox News interview

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Piers Morgan is set to appear on camera for the first time to speak about his controversial exit from Good Morning Britain following his controversial comments about Meghan Markle. The 56-year-old presenter, who quit instead of apologising for saying he didn’t believe the Duchess of Sussex’s comments about her mental health, will be appearing on American television next week.

The former GMB host is set to speak out about his recent drama in a tell-all chat with right-wing controversialist Tucker Carlson on Fox Nation on Monday night.

The ITV star has taken to social media where he plugged his latest move by using a well-quoted phrase by Meghan.

In view of his 7.9 million followers, Piers tweeted: “Time for America to hear MY truth…”

However, the former GMB host’s tweet was met with a division of opinion on social media.

One person wrote: “No offense Piers, but I don’t think America cares about your drama.”

Another penned: “Not THE truth, YOUR truth. You summed it up brilliantly.”

While others appeared to support Piers’ upcoming interview, as a third commented: “Good for you!!! Where can we watch this?”

“Thank goodness you’re breaking your silence,” another person added.

Piers is planning to divulge all about his GMB exit and speak out about ex-Suits actress Meghan in the hour-long special.

The Duchess of Sussex has repeatedly come under fire from the outspoken journalist, with his criticism of the royal making headlines last month.

Tucker dished on the interview, saying: “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?


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“For asking that they crushed him – they took his job away. On Monday we will speak to Piers Morgan for his first wide-ranging on-camera interview since he was cancelled.”

Piers had come under fire after he claimed to not believe the Duchess was having suicidal thoughts.

Mental health charity Mind said it was “disappointed” by his comments and Ofcom launched an investigation into the matter after receiving over 57,000 complaints.

Meghan even complained to ITV and Ofcom herself, over concerns his comments may dissuade other people from opening up about mental health concerns.

Piers was asked to apologise for his comments but the broadcaster refused.

This included Piers publicly standing by what he said in a tweet on March 10.

He wrote: “On Monday, I said I didn’t believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview. I’ve had time to reflect on this opinion, and I still don’t.

“If you did, OK. Freedom of speech is a hill I’m happy to die on. Thanks for all the love, and hate. I’m off to spend more time with my opinions.”

While Piers’ interview will be broadcast on Fox Nation at 4pm on Monday, it is not yet clear if it will be available in the UK.

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