The pair came to heads earlier today after discussing the the Labour Lord’s opinion on Brexit.
The 54-year-old is campaigning for a second referendum in which the public is allowed to decide on whether they leave the European Union once the terms and conditions are made clear.
But it was Morgan, 52, who appeared on top form earlier today as he grilled Adonis on how he could possibly hope for a second referendum despite claiming he is a democrat.
The Good Morning Britain presenter raged: “You lost! You can’t have a referendum and then have another one because you lost! How do you do this in democratic way without losing democracy?”
Adonis tried to explain that the people didn’t vote for an instant result, insisting that they chose to “open the discussion” before deciding whether to go ahead with Brexit.
It was this point that particularly caught Morgan’s attention which caused him to completely erupt: “That’s not why the people voted.
“People were given a very simple premise and this country voted to leave – it wasn’t about starting negotiations.
“Are you an enemy of the democracy?” he swiped.
Morgan, barely letting Adonis get a word in edgeways, continued: “You’re just a bad loser. You didn’t like the result – I’m an Arsenal fan and I feel terrible and I would like them to replay but that’s not how it works.”
Adonis fought back: “Millions of jobs depend on the outcome of Brexit and I think the people should have the choice to decide.
“The next referendum will be on the deal itself. The only reason they had to vote in this referendum is because David Cameron forced them to.
“That’s why I’m advocating day in and day out for the people to read the terms,” Adonis explained.
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