Trump’s Explosive Interview With Piers & Why He Walked Out

Never one to do what he doesn’t want to or what others consider politically correct and want him to do, former United States president Donald J Trump walked out of an interview with Piers Morgan when pressed for comment about the 2020 election. 

Trump had lost the election to Joe Biden. Many controversies have trailed the election, including claims that the Russians interfered in the polls. 

The election is over, with its winners and losers, but the dust over it is yet to settle. Although Trump believed he was rigged out, he wasn’t okay with discussing it when pressed by Piers Morgan. 

The clip of the interview showed that the former president wasn’t exactly pleased with the questions the CNN anchor was throwing at him. And at some point, when he commented that the election was free and fair, Trump shot back irritably, noting only a fool would think the election was free and fair. 

And when Morgan asked if Trump thought he was a fool, the 45th president of the United States spat back in the affirmative. 

At some point, Trump wanted to end the interview. That’s it, he snapped. He, however, remained in his seat to discuss a recent golf triumph. 

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