Lord Sugar reignites Piers Morgan feud in Twitter swipe after Trump interview

Alan Sugar has continued his feud with Piers Morgan as he told him to "stop blowing smoke up [Donald Trump's] a**".

Despite sensationally falling out last year, it seemed like the two fiery personalities had buried the hatchet until last month when Piers, 57, claimed that "nobody knows" the Apprentice star.

Now in their latest Twitter war, the 75-year-old entrepreneur has had his say on the former Good Morning Britain star's current feud with Donald Trump, 75.

Yesterday (May 2), the controversial broadcaster took to Twitter and said: "BREAKING: President Trump issues his 3rd statement about our interview. Apparently, it’s over for me.

"Actually, Donald, it’s only just begun… thanks again for a great interview (+ratings!) – I couldn’t have wished for a better launch. When you calm down, let’s do it again."

In view of his 5.2 million followers, Lord Sugar reignited the pairs' rumoured feud as he penned above the tweet: "Piersy not nice by your mate Donny. I suggest you stop blowing smoke his ass [sic]."

This comes just a week after Piers took to social media to swipe at Lord Sugar over a comment he made regarding a side feud with Caitlyn Jenner.

Reality star Caitlyn supported Donald Trump's claims that Piers was advertising fake news and said his 30-second interview teaser was a “pathetic attempt to revive the career of a failed television host”.

Piers updated his followers days later, saying: “UPDATE: I had a great clear-the-air chat with Caitlyn on the phone last night and as a result, she will now be appearing exclusively on @PiersUncensored tomorrow night for an extended live interview.”

Seeing it as the perfect opportunity to make a cheeky dig, Lord Sugar chimed: “Who you got on Friday. Ena Sharples grand daughter @piersmorgan.”

Piers didn't hold back in his savage response as he blasted: “I would have you but sadly nobody in America has a clue who you are.”

The two originally came to blows last year after Piers criticised the Government’s handling of the pandemic on Good Morning Britain.

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