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Christopher Megrath

Andrew Pierce 'frothing at the mouth' during heated GMB debate

Andrew Pierce was accused of "frothing at the mouth" during a heated debate.

Professor Lea Ypi joined the Good Morning Britain panel to discuss the treatment of Albanian refugees by the UK government. She said migrants have been targeted as an enemy, specifically by Home Secretary Suella Braverman who has publicly stated "illegal migrants are not welcome."

Andrew "Tory Boy" Pierce was on hand to debate the situation as he defended Ms Braverman, stating she was "very popular" in the country while arguing Albanians were not being mistreated.

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The discussion slowly progressed into an argument as Andrew spoke over Professor Ypi, cutting her off mid-sentence. GMB host Susanna Reid was forced to step in on several occasions to allocate both panellists time to discuss their views but the conversation continued to decline.

Whilst Professor Ypi remained calm during the debate, Andrew became visibly flustered as he repeated himself to stress his point. Viewers noticed the uncomfortable situation and said he was "frothing at the mouth".

One viewer said: "Tory boy Pierce is fuming."

Another added: "Didn't catch her name but that last guest speaking on Albanian refugees & migration was a breath of fresh air & put a rocket up Andrew Pierce this morning."

A third viewer said: "Tory boy Pierce frothing at the mouth."

Neither party came to a middle ground during the debate and continued even through GMB's outro music signalling for them to wrap it up.


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