Things got a bit out of hand when Piers Morgan and journalist Owen Jones engaged in a heated debate over the anti-Trump protests in the UK on Good Morning Britain.
The outspoken pair clashed in a war of words live on air this morning with their opposing views of the recent UK anti-Trump protests.
On Monday night, thousands of people across the UK protested against Trump's immigration ban on seven mainly Muslim countries.
A petition calling for British Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel Trump's planned state visit to the UK gathered more than 1.5 million signatures.
Jones (32) appeared on Good Morning Britain to defend the marches. He said they were held to "stand in solidarity" with those suffering the consequences of Trump's immigration ban, whilst also putting pressure on Theresa May to stand up to the US President.
Bur he was continuously interrupted by host Morgan (51) as he tried to get his point across, getting so fed up at one point that he was forced to say: “Piers, Piers, This isn't an interview. You're still going on - this is a monologue, this isn’t an interview!
"The production staff are laughing at you."
Morgan explained that he has an issue with "the endless hysteria" surrounding Trump and said he doesn't think it's helping anyone. He went on to say that he believes the protests are hypocrytical.
"My issue is with the hypocrisy involved in banning Donald Trump, removing his audience with the Queen... given that year after year after year, we've rolled out the red carper for expedient political reasons for Putin, for King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, for the Chinese President, all with shocking records of human rights."
He accused Jones, a gay journalist, of being a hypocrite for not protesting the Saudi leader's visit to the UK.
When people say you can't protest injustice until you protest every single injustice they mean don't bother opposing any at all @piersmorgan— Owen Jones (@OwenJones84) January 31, 2017
But the Guardian columnist pointed out that he had protested and had, in fact, organised the protest march in 2007. He asked Morgan why he wasn't at the march, to which he replied: Unlike you, I don't feel the need to congregate with massive amounts of people just to shout and scream about everything I don't agree with."
However, Jones fired back: "It was a proud British protest, you just said 'where were those protests' and now I've said I led a protest and now you're saying you don't see the point in doing it."
The argument continued on Twitter.
Can you post the photos of your Saudi march @OwenJones84?— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 31, 2017
I'd like to compare UK crowd size to the Trump ones.
Morgan enjoys a close relationship with Donald Trump, who calls "Champ".
He appeared on Loose Women on Monday to defend his friendship with the US President, while criticising his "unacceptable" policies.
"The principle of what he is doing is unacceptable. But let's not just say that every time he speaks he's a monster because it's not true."