Walker then replied to this put down from Piers Morgan about their comparative ratings with the judgement about his treatment of Meghan Markle, saying “I hope my boss would have dragged me offset if I’d used my platform - on national TV - to tell a pregnant woman, speaking openly about suicidal thoughts, that I didn’t believe a word she said”. Morgan is yet to respond.
This seems like a dig at ITV who have yet to respond to the Ofcom complaints lodged by disgruntled viewers. They are still pouring in following off his rant about Meghan, which included not only Beresford and Walker to try to shut him down over his behaviour but guests such as Trisha Goddard and Dr Shola Mos-Shogmamimu.
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