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Piers Morgan calls out his son on Twitter over differing views on the Russia Ukraine war

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Piers Morgan and his son Spencer Morgan disagreed on Twitter over their views on the Russia-Ukraine war.

The 55-year-old former GMB presenter took to Twitter to disagree with his sports journalist son Spencer, 28, after the younger Morgan shared a tweet.

Spencer tweeted on Tuesday, March 1: “If you aren’t personally prepared to fight I don’t think you can call for direct action that will most likely lead to world war 3.”

Piers hit back at his son, writing: “Strange mindset for a journalist…

“So only serving military can comment on whether military action is justified/necessary when a dictator illegally invades a democratic country?”

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Piers Morgan calls out his son on Twitter over differing views on the Russia Ukraine war

Piers calling out his son publicly led to a follower asking him if Spencer was really his son.

A stunned Twitter user replied: “I’m Canadian so forgive me but isn’t Spencer your son? Lol. Are you Twitter beefing your son?”

Piers replied: “He is…. we Morgans enjoy a bit of Twitter beef, even with each other.”

Piers Morgan calls out his son on Twitter over differing views on the Russia Ukraine war

Spencer then retweeted the message and added: “Fortunately, we have brains so can disagree without falling out. A lot of people on here should try it.”

This is not the first time Piers and his son have had a disagreement on Twitter.