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Donald Trump has invited me to White House for second interview, Piers Morgan claims

Piers Morgan has said Donald Trump invited him to the White House to interview him while the pair took a trip on Air Force One.

The Good Morning Britain (GMB) host had the first international interview with Mr Trump as president at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January last year.

Morgan said he was “working on” a follow-up “long-form” interview which he planned to hold inside the White House.


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The 54-year-old said the pair had last met on Air Force One – the aircraft used by the US president.

Mr Trump told the host he “could come to the White House and do the next one there,” Morgan said. ”I imagine the next time you will see me pop up – which I know will bring huge joy to people, especially my journalistic rivals who never get him – is probably at the White House. That’s what I am working on.”

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3/19 Robert Lighthizer

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4/19 Mike Pence

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5/19 William Barr

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6/19 Mike Pompeo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo replaced Donald Trump’s previous appointment to the post, Rex Tillerson, and has led talks with North Korea in establishing high-profile summits between the president and Kim Jong Un.

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7/19 Rick Perry

Energy Secretary Rick Perry has held his post throughout Donald Trump’s presidency despite previously undermining the need for the agency he now leads in past public statements.

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8/19 Betsy DeVos

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has also held her post throughout the presidency, despite major backlash to her apparent undermining of the nationwide public school system and advocacy for charter programmes.

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9/19 Alex Acosta

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10/19 Steven Mnuchin

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11/19 Robert Wilkie

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12/19 Elaine Chao

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has held her post throughout the presidency and has mostly avoided controversy, despite a report claiming her office has been in frequent coordination with her husband’s, Mitch McConnell.

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13/19 Kirstjen Nielsen

Secretary of Homeland Kirstjen Nielsen has stirred major backlash throughout her tenure for allegedly lying about details of the zero tolerance policy that caused the systematic separation of migrant families at the US-Mexico border.

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14/19 Ben Carson

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson was appointed shortly after Donald Trump took office and raised controversy over an exorbitant furnishing bill for his office.

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15/19 Gina Haspel

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16/19 Dan Coats

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17/19 Sonny Perdue

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18/19 Alex Azar

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19/19 Mick Mulvaney

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1/19 Donald Trump’s Cabinet

Donald Trump’s Cabinet is one the richest in American history, filled with billionaires, conservatives and several career politicians.

AFP/Getty

2/19 Wilbur Ross

Secretary of Commerce Wibur Ross raised controversy when he was accused of falsely claiming to have sold stock in a bank and violated a government ethics agreement.

AFP/Getty

3/19 Robert Lighthizer

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has been a fixture in Donald Trump’s ongoing trade spat with China.

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4/19 Mike Pence

US Vice President Mike Pence has defended Donald Trump throughout his presidency while walking a fine line to avoid any public involvement in major scandals.

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5/19 William Barr

Attorney General William Barr replaced Jeff Sessions as the nation’s top cop in early 2019 and has refused to commit to recusing himself from the Russia probe despite an unsolicited memo he sent to the Justice Department decrying the investigation.

EPA

6/19 Mike Pompeo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo replaced Donald Trump’s previous appointment to the post, Rex Tillerson, and has led talks with North Korea in establishing high-profile summits between the president and Kim Jong Un.

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7/19 Rick Perry

Energy Secretary Rick Perry has held his post throughout Donald Trump’s presidency despite previously undermining the need for the agency he now leads in past public statements.

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8/19 Betsy DeVos

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has also held her post throughout the presidency, despite major backlash to her apparent undermining of the nationwide public school system and advocacy for charter programmes.

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9/19 Alex Acosta

Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta still remains in his post despite calls to resign over his involvement in a controversial case surrounding Jeffrey Epstein.

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10/19 Steven Mnuchin

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has faced numerous controversies throughout his tenure as the head of Treasury, including costing taxpayers at least a million dollars in travel expenses.

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11/19 Robert Wilkie

Veterans Affairs secretary Robert Wilkie was appointed after Donald Trump’s White House doctor Ronny Jackson withdrew over allegations he provided prescription drugs to patients without prescriptions.

AFP/Getty

12/19 Elaine Chao

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has held her post throughout the presidency and has mostly avoided controversy, despite a report claiming her office has been in frequent coordination with her husband’s, Mitch McConnell.

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13/19 Kirstjen Nielsen

Secretary of Homeland Kirstjen Nielsen has stirred major backlash throughout her tenure for allegedly lying about details of the zero tolerance policy that caused the systematic separation of migrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Reuters

14/19 Ben Carson

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson was appointed shortly after Donald Trump took office and raised controversy over an exorbitant furnishing bill for his office.

Reuters

15/19 Gina Haspel

CIA Director Gina Haspel was appointed in 2018 and faced backlash surrounding her oversight of Guantanamo Bay.

Getty

16/19 Dan Coats

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats could be the next person to leave Donald Trump’s administration over his refuting the president’s claims surrounding ISIS.

Reuters


17/19 Sonny Perdue

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has been dogged by ethics questions throughout his tenure and faced controversy when emails showed the agency appeared willing to eagerly work with lobbyists under his leadership.

Reuters

18/19 Alex Azar

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar is a former pharmaceutical lobbyist and former drug company executive.

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19/19 Mick Mulvaney

Acting Chief of Staff and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney has described himself as one of the most conservative officials in the White House.

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He added that he expected the interview to “straddle” a host of publications. 

Asked what viewers should expect from their next meeting, Morgan replied: “I think another long-form interview, yes.”

Morgan met President Trump in 2008 when he appeared as a competitor on the celebrity version of The Apprentice in the US, which he went on to win.

The presenter has previously said he is a friend of the president, but last year aired his disagreement with Mr Trump’s ban on immigrants from seven majority Muslim countries.

Morgan attributed exclusive interviews such as those with Mr Trump to the success of GMB. 

The ITV daytime show’s ratings are up 10 per cent on the same period last year, and the show this year received two Bafta nominations for best news coverage for their piece on knife crime and an interview with Thomas Markle.

Press Association

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have their own love movie

The love story between Harry and Megan will have a movie. Do not miss the reasonable resemblance of Parisa Fitz-Henley and Murray Fraser, the leading actors.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will have their own movie, and of course, it will be a love film, as is its whole story. On the verge of living the wedding of the year, Harry & Meghan: The Royal Love Story, narrates the courtship between Prince Harry and his fiancée and will make a tour of the entire history of their relationship. It has not yet revealed a release date, but we will be very attentive because it will be a few days before the link.

The film will go through the whole history of their relationship, from when they were friends until they got engaged, in November of 2017. A story that went around the world and confirmed the love story that Meghan and Harry lived. Parisa Fitz-Henley and Murray Fraser will be the chosen actors, and we believe that it is a success, because they are very similar.

Parisa Fitz Henley and Murray Fraser

It is the typical film made for television, not for movies, like the one that Prince William and Kate Middleton had, and that came to light 11 days before their wedding. So we assume that it will leave before May 19, scheduled for the so-called wedding of the year. In it also appear Laura Mitchell and Burgess Abernethy, the original interpreters of Kate and William, who already starred in the film of the Dukes of Cambridge, when they gave the ‘yes I want’.

What we do not know is whether the film will examine Meghan’s life in her earlier days, as an American actress and when she was previously married to Trevor Engelson.

We have already seen some scenes from the trailer, where it appears Harry complaining about not being able to have fun or the great time that Meghan and Harry are known and Kate tells Harry, “It’s American, is divorced … Are you ready for this”, later he shouting “that they give to the tradition”, he kneeling asking for his hand … All very typical to build a love story that sure hooks us. We do not know if the movie will leave Harry’s decision not to separate assets.

We are sure that the premiere of the film about the love story between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be a success. True?