Watching Good Morning Britain is rarely a calm way to start your day, but today it was extra spicy, in large part due to Lord Alan Sugar's appearance on the show.
The 71-year-old business magnate broke the 9pm watershed before 9am, calling President Donald Trump 'that tosser with the hair'.
The comments came after presenter Piers Morgan pressed Sugar on how much money he has, by comparison to the president. Sugar said he could write a cheque for £250 million, adding: "That tosser with the hair couldn't do that."
Piers apologised for the language, saying: "That's no way to speak about the president of the United States and I'd like to apologise to anyone offended."
Sugar interjected: "The only person who'd be offended would be him."
Indeed, if Twitter is anything to go off, it seems he might have been right:
But Trump wasn't the only politician in Sugar's line of fire on the show.
Earlier, The Apprentice star took aim at Conservative MP, Boris Johnson, calling him a 'devil' and claiming he should be in jail.
He said: "Theresa May should open her mouth and tell people like Boris Johnson to shut up.
"Johnson has gone off - just to show you what a devil he is - he's gone and had a nice new haircut. He's getting himself ready to be elected.
"Boris Johnson is a tyrant. He should be in jail."
The Tosser and Tyrant - now that's a pub I'd like to drink at.
But Sugar wasn't done yet, as there was still time to announce his emigration from the country, should Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn become prime minister.
He said: "I'll come on record here and make a statement. As much as I hate this, if he becomes the prime minister of this country, I am out - I'm leaving."
Piers asked: "Is there any bad news?"
Sugar laughed off the jibe, and explained: "It's nothing about tax, I worry about my grandchildren, I worry about my grandchildren's children under this fella."
Tough question then Sugar - would rather see Corbyn or Johnson as prime minister, or just live on the moon?
Either way, Sugar might just be the best guest GMB have had this year.
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