Piers Morgan, AKA Champ, AKA that strange bloke on Twitter who gets really angry and red-faced about Emily Ratajkowsky's knickers all the time invited Guardian political pundit Owen Jones on Good Morning Britain to discuss yesterday's London march against Donald Trump's #MuslimBan.
Jones, who instigated the march on Facebook, stated that their mission was two-fold: to "stand in solidarity" with those effected by the refugee ban, and also pile pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May to strongly oppose the policy.
In response, Piers Morgan took issue with the number of people looking to ban Donald Trump from entering the country for his much-publicised state visit. He said:
"My issue is with the hypocrisy involved in banning Donald Trump, removing his audience with the Queen, blah, blah blah, given that year after year after year, we've rolled out the red carpet for expedient political reasons for Putin, for King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, for the Chinese President, all with shocking records of human rights. You're a high-profile gay journalist and Saudi Arabia's going through a plan at the moment to potentially execute homosexuals"
But Jones had the perfect answer:
"This is unfortunate, you could have Googled this before you came on because I led the protest against the Saudi state visit. Did you come to that protest? I didn't see you in the crowd."