has blamed an "incompetent" aide and a "simmering with anger" for the incident in which the former POTUS stormed off the set of 'Uncensored, but in reality the episode was a squib.
Morgan, who watched for 90 minutes on the first two episodes of Uncensored to discover how the interview ended, attempted to clear the situation by showing the closing minutes of the interview uninterrupted and undited.
Two Trump comments had been made in previous edited clips, and there was often unrest about what happened. Many sources had claimed the entire situation was incorporated to increase publicity to the new channel.
In reality, Trump left with little fuss as he extended the interview from what was supposed to be 20 minutes to 70, leading a frustrated aide to call time on four occasions. Morgan attacked the aide on tonight's show, claiming him "incompetent."
According to Morgan, Trump was "simmering with dissatisfaction about our confrontation over the rigged election and left very irritated." Although the untitled clip showed Trump leaving frustrated but not storming off. He mumbled that Morgan was "dishonest" as he left the set.
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The incident was broadcast across the first two episodes of 'Talk TV's Uncensored, and in clip form on several occasions to spark interest.
Both sides were arguing over the electoral system, and Morgan said the decision was "unsubstantiated."
Trump used the interview to reassure Morgan that he had "overreacted" when he himself stormed off the set of Good Morning Britain on ITV last year, following criticism of his comments on Meghan Markle's mental health.
Markle has 'written to my boss and demanded my head on a plate,' according to Morgan, proposing that he betray Trump's situation.
Morgan admitted that he would not have been fired from Twitter because to the "censorship" situation. Trump has told Fox News that he is "not going back to Twitter."
Trump issued one of the most significant remarks yet that he would seek for President in 2024, stating, for reasons of campaign finance, that he cannot say, but I believe people will be very pleased with my decision.
Trump's 70-minute conversation sparked him to express confidently how much he would have done to prevent recent world events.
Trump, ecstatic at Putin's saga, claims that the conflict in Ukraine would never have happened if he had not been leading the US as the Russian leader believed that the United States at that point "had more powerful 'nukes' than him.
He added that the actual situation in Afghanistan would not have been the same if he was still in charge, clinging to Joe Biden's "incompetent withdrawal."
Morgan, who frequently wowed against "cancel culture," interrupted the interview with a variety of comments. He stressed the Uncensored desire of "cancelling cancel culture."
The first night of the show was watched by an average of 300,000 people, beating opponents from BBC News, Sky News, and GB News.