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Piers Morgan teased that Donald Trump would be his first guest on his brand new show TalkTV, launching on April 25.
The fiery clip confirmed that there would be a lot of tension coming – but it seems it's not just between Piers and Trump.
In a tweet posted to his profile on April 24, Piers confirmed that former President Donald Trump has called for The Queen to strip Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle of their royal titles.
Piers wrote how Trump calls Harry "embarrassing, disrespectful and the most whipped man in the world".
In an exclusive clip seen by The Sun, Trump declared his love for the Queen to Piers and said he's "not a fan of Meghan", before adding that he believes Harry is an "embarrassment".
Trump said he believes their romance is going to end and claimed he is "a very good predictor", adding he believes "Harry has been led down a path".
He added that the only thing he disagrees with the Queen on is the fact that Meghan and Harry still have their titles.
In the interview the former President told Piers that Harry is "whipped", adding: "I won't use the full expression but Harry is whipped like no person I think I've ever seen."
Piers chimed in: "The most whipped man in the world."
However, as the conversation moved on, the duo started talking about Piers' exit from Good Morning Britain – prompting Donald Trump to tell him that he "overreacted" by storming off.
But when Trump told Piers he didn't want to "insult" him, Piers reminded him of the name of the show, Piers Morgan Uncensored, and said: "You're allowed to have your opinion".
The sneak peek comes days after the teaser trailer caused a stir of fury as Trump issued multiple statement complaining about his portrayal in the clip and dubbing it "fake news".
The clip saw Trump and Piers get into a heated row as the former Good Morning Britain presenter clashed with Trump over multiple topics including the 2021 US election.
As the interview continued to escalate, Trump cut it off completely and is seen storming out before the chat came to a close – though both Piers and Trump admit it was initially set to be just 20 minutes long and ended up running far over.
Trump is heard saying in the teaser: "Let's finish up the interview," before ordering the team to "turn the camera off" as he gets up to leave.
Trump branded Piers a "fool" for believing the 2021 election was "fair" and that Trump lost.
The interview will air on TalkTV on Monday (April 25) as the show launches for the first time after months of anticipation.
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