Piers Morgan is sharing his newest ideas following his exit from Good Morning Britain.
After ITV introduced on Tuesday, March 9 that the TV persona would not return as co-host of the British chat sequence in mild of his criticism of Meghan Markle, Piers took to Twitter the next day (in U.Ok. time) to double down on his message. On March 7, Piers had been notably vocal via social media in questioning the Duchess of Sussex as her interview with Oprah Winfrey aired.
“On Monday, I stated I did not consider Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview,” he wrote within the new tweet. “I’ve had time to mirror on this opinion, and I nonetheless do not. In case you did, OK. Freedom of speech is a hill I am pleased to die on. Thanks for all of the love, and hate. I am off to spend extra time with my opinions.”
Piers, 55, additionally included a photograph of Winston Churchill and a quote attributed to the late Prime Minister that learn, “Some folks’s thought of free speech is that they’re free to say what they like, but when anybody says something again, that’s an outrage.”