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However, Piers and Lord Sugar, 71, ended up discussing Theresa May and her upcoming vote of no confidence instead.
Piers and Lord Sugar had a rather heated debate over the issue, and they ended up clashing over the current Prime Minister.
Speaking about the upcoming no confidence vote, Lord Sugar said he felt sympathy for Theresa May.
“You’ve got these turncoats that have written these 48 letters or whatever it is,” he began.
“She was thrown into this untenable position when [David] Cameron went off and left her to sort out getting out of the EU.
“I think she hasn’t done a bad job. She’s shown dignity and all that stuff.”
He went on to state the Prime Minister has had a tough job negotiating a good deal.
“You can’t negotiate with the brick wall,” Lord Sugar said.
It was then that Piers asked The Apprentice star: “If you looked at her as a leader on The Apprentice, you would have fired her by now?”
Lord Sugar replied: “No, not really”, which was a very straightforward answer, yet Piers kept on pushing The Apprentice star.
But the 71-year-old hit back: “Excuse me, don’t put words into my mouth mate.
“The point is this. She would get fired if I knew the reason and the deep detail of what she had done wrong. The problem with all these commentators … don’t know what she has done wrong.
“Name three things she has done wrong?”
Lord Sugar late revealed he felt Chuka Umunna should be leader of the Labour Party over Jeremy Corbyn.
“By the way, you should be leader of the Labour party,” he stated/
Susanna didn’t seem too impressed by Piers applying to be President Donald Trump’s next Chief of Staff.
“Yeah, they give you a massive cheque and you go lie on the beach for a bit. It’s fantastic,” Piers said.
“I can’t wait for it to happen here and it will happen here.
“People love to try and fire me,” he revealed.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.