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PIERS Morgan has gone one step further in his fiery clash with Nigel Farage and tweeted a photo of Donald standing in front of advice which says bleach "works to kill" the coronavirus.

PUBLISHED: 20:00, Wed, Nov 4, 2020 | UPDATED: 20:01, Wed, Nov 4, 2020

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The ITV host took to Twitter after the outspoken pair clashed on Good Morning Britain today as the host challenged Mr Farage about the US President’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. Mr Morgan was referring to President ’s suggestion in April where he questioned whether research should take place into injecting patients with “disinfectant” and whether placing them beneath UV lighting may help treat coronavirus, an idea which was dismissed by a doctor at the briefing.

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This led to Mr Farage hitting back with claims the interviewer was spreading “fake news” which Mr Morgan countered and backed up with the tweet.

In his tweet, Mr Morgan appeared to strengthen his argument as he posted an image of President facing a board detailing coronavirus advice, with reference to bleach as a “disinfectant”.

It read: “Commonly available disinfectants (Bleach and Isoprop Alcohol) work to kill the virus”.

The tweet has been liked, retweeted and commented on more than 7,000 times.

faragePiers Morgan and Nigel Farage came to blows this morning (Image: ITV)

During today's US election coverage on ITV, Mr Morgan told Mr Farage: “I'm sorry but his handling of this pandemic has been an utter disaster.

"I said this to him the other day and it's one of the reasons we had a little falling out.

"His whole strategy of taking this so lightly, not dealing with it properly, has led to America having 220,000 deaths - the worst record by far of anywhere in the world.

"His nonsensical cure theories like bleach and so on... All of that to me was woefully

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