Piers Morgan slammed as ‘a deluded pillock’ and compared to Hitler by former friend Lord Sugar as he reignites feud – The Sun

PIERS Morgan has been slammed as a "deluded pillock" and compared to Hitler by his former friend Lord Alan Sugar who has once again reignited their bitter feud.

The Good Morning Britain presenter was at the receiving end of another attack from the Apprentice host who brought up the Nazi as his criticised his "rantings" about coronavirus.

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After a follower insisted  Piers was fighting for justice, Lord Sugar replied: "You are fooled. Can I remind you how Hitler convinced a nation with his rantings.

"You have to know the man. I do and you don't. Trust me its all about him.

"He does not give a s*** about the matters he is raising. He just jumps on the bandwagon topic of the week."

Yesterday Boris Johnson u-turned on making NHS workers pay the £624 migrant surcharge and scrapped it just 24 hours after defending the policy.

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The PM has asked the Home Office and the Department for Health and Social Care to remove NHS and care workers from the extra charge whenever they can.

Piers told his 7.5million: "We campaigned on @GMB for PM to scrap migrant NHS surcharge. He did. We'll keep doing our jobs, no amount of complaints to @Ofcom will stop us."

In a series of tweets, furious Lord Sugar replied: "…..YOU DELUDED PILLOCK TAKING CREDIT FOR THIS AND CAPTAIN TOM'S KNIGHTHOOD. WHO THE BLOODY HELL DO YOU THINK YOU ARE ?"

He added: "It’s to the Prime Minister’s credit that he’s done so. YOU STILL WONT KNIGHTED."

The pair often lock horns on the social media site, even challenging themselves to a weight loss duel live on the ITV breakfast show.

But things took a serious turn as they clashed about the seriousness of cornavirus, with Lord Sugar accusing Piers of "scaremongering".

It led Piers to block his ex-friend on Twitter and they haven't spoken since.

But it hasn't stopped Lord Sugar from constantly sending critical messages of the Good Morning Britain host online.

They've fallen out once before during a Comic Relief episode of Lord Sugar's show, The Apprentice, in 2007 when the head honcho fired him from the boardroom.

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