Every time President Trump appears on TV the public become concerned for him and even more so after his interview with Piers Morgan.
The old Apprentice pals got together for Donald Trump‘s first international television interview while in office.
One of the first revelations of the night was where he gets his unique hair from.
Here’s a clip from the interview where the president speak about the EU:
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A photo of Trump’s mother was shown during the ITV interview, and people couldn’t help but point out the same blonde bouffant nature of their locks.
Speaking about his hair, Trump said:
People find it hard to believe it’s my own, but it’s hanging in. Barely.
Have always been fascinated with Trump's hair, but his mother's is far more impressive to be fair. pic.twitter.com/Un7h1Ed17n
— Paul Severn (@paulsevern7) January 28, 2018
The public were also fascinated by the president’s drinking habits as well, with several people pointing out that the renowned germaphobe had a white cover over his glass of water.
It raised concerns that the president has become a bit ‘paranoid’.
A bemused Graeme Demianyk posted an image of the water with the caption : ‘Trump’s glass of water with paper cover #TrumpMorgan.’
He's covered the top of his water glass with the paper coaster thing. That is proper paranoid. Does he think Piers is going to lace his drink? #TrumpMorgan
— Ben Glaze (@benglaze) January 28, 2018
While Ben Glaze wrote:
He’s covered the top of his water glass with the paper coaster thing. That is proper paranoid. Does he think Piers is going to lace his drink?
One line in particular from his interview triggered a lot of UK viewers who were shocked to hear Trump’s claim he is ‘very popular in your country’.
Piers responded saying ‘Let’s not be too hasty Mr President’, before Trump said ‘I know but I believe that, I really do. I get so much fan mail from people in your country’.
Thanks for the avalanche of comments re #TrumpMorgan – good, bad & ugly! Certainly seems to have got everyone talking.
A career highlight for me, & probably the President too..(?) pic.twitter.com/sz9Q0vyZAb
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 29, 2018
When Piers mentioned people like Jeremy Corbyn, Sadiq Khan, and Emily Thornberry who are very outspoken against Trump coming to the UK, Trump claimed he doesn’t know the man.
The interview caused the usually mild-mannered Sue Perkins to tweet:
I’d rather douche with a hedgehog than listen to another second of this circle-w**k.
Rather than grinding your teeth for the next hour, visit @toptrumptargets and donate to UK organisations working with the people Trump targets.
I'd rather douche with a hedgehog than listen to another second of this circle-wank #TrumpMorgan
— Sue Perkins (@sueperkins) January 28, 2018
Rather than grinding your teeth for the next hour, visit @toptrumptargets & donate to UK organisations working with the ppl Trump targets
— Sue Perkins (@sueperkins) January 28, 2018
He claimed to ‘know the British people’ and know what they want, saying that they don’t want ‘migrants’ coming in who they ‘don’t know anything about’.
Another subject Piers asked Trump about was when he retweeted the far-right group Britain First, sharing three of their videos in November.
This move and support for such a racist group angered people across the globe, and now Trump has said he is prepared to apologise.
— Daniel Hewitt (@DanielHewittITV) January 28, 2018
It was done because I am a big believer in fighting radical, Islamic terror. This was a depiction of radical Islamic terror.
If you are telling me they’re horrible people, horrible, racist people, I would certainly apologise if you’d like me to do that
30,000 people die from gun violence in America every year, yet 8 people died from Islamist terrorists in America.
Which one is talked about more & made into a massive issue? The other is completely ignored. Staggering. #TrumpMorgan
— Alex Mc (@aa_mcintosh22) January 28, 2018
As for a Donald Trump visit to the UK is concerned, his response to those who want him banned was ‘that’s their problem – I could very nicely stay home’.
Mr Trump claimed that Theresa May invited him to the UK twice this year during their meeting at a Swiss ski resort.
Downing Street is yet to confirm the claim that an informal visit in July will be followed by a state visit in October.