Piers Morgan Says ‘ISIS Bride Monster’ Shamima Begum Should Be Left To ‘Rot’ Following ‘GMB’ Interview

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Credit: @piersmorgan/ Instagram, ITV

Piers Morgan has said he believes ‘ISIS bride monster’ Shamima Begum should be left to ‘rot in the terror bed she made for herself,’ following her first live TV interview on Good Morning Britain.

The journalist, who quit his role on the show last year following a row over comments he made about Meghan Markle, said it’s ‘just as well’ he wasn’t interviewing her or he’d have ‘lost his temper’. 

He also slammed ITV for letting her exercise her free speech on the programme when he could not.

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Tweeting a link to the interview, he wrote: “Just as well I’m not interviewing this lying, snivelling, cold-hearted, self-serving ISIS bride monster or I’d have seriously lost my temper by now. 

“Begum should never be allowed back to Britain. Let her rot in the terror bed she made for herself.”

In her interview with GMB, Begum asked the British people for forgiveness, claiming she was ‘groomed’ by extremists when she joined the terror group.

She travelled to Syria from East London when she was 15 and got married to a Dutch jihadi with whom she had three children. However, they are all now dead. 

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The Journalist says Shamima should never be allowed back to the UK. Credit: @piersmorgan/ Instagram

She told hosts Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley: “I know it’s very hard for the British people to try and forgive me because they have lived in fear of Isis and lost loved ones because of Isis, but I also have lived in fear of Isis and I also lost loved ones because of Isis, so I can sympathise with them in that way.

“I know it is very hard for them to forgive me but I say from the bottom of my heart that I am so sorry if I ever offended anyone by coming here if I ever offended anyone by the things I said.”

When the Home Office was asked if she will be allowed to return, a spokesperson said: “The Government’s top priority remains maintaining our national security and keeping the public safe.

“We do not routinely comment on individual cases.”

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