One of the loudest voices during the current pandemic has been Pier Morgan. He has been on a Twitter tirade over recent months, calling out British politicians for their coronavirus policies and failures to take his questions on his ITV morning show.
The lack of Government representation on his show has been notable, but one guest who did make an appearance on Good Morning Britain was Rudy Giuliani.
Giuliani acted as Mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001, earning plenty of prise for his response to the 9/11 attacks. While he would build his reputation on that for many years, it's fair to say his status has been lowered in American political circles in recent years.
He is now mainly known as one of Donald Trump's biggest supporters, meaning his appearance to discuss the current problems in the United States was always going to be an interesting one.
The interview eventually descended into a slagging match between Morgan and Giuliani, with the American taunting Morgan for losing his gig on CNN, and the Brit claiming that the politician had gone 'mad'.
— Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) June 4, 2020
Giuliani: You're the one who got thrown off of television over here because you had ratings of about 2, so don't tell me I've lost anything.
I know happened to your show Piers and I remember the mistakes that you made, and I remember how you sucked up. I know who you are, you can say anything you want about me.
You're defaming my president and you are helping to create violence in this country the way you're covering this.
Morgan: When I used to interview you you were an intelligent and reasonable man, and you've gone completely mad. You sound deranged, you're abusive, and it's really sad to see what's happened to you.
Giuliani: It was really sad to see the way your career imploded in the United States. If you think I have any respect for you after this, maybe you don't care.
Everyone in America knows you're a failed journalist!