British television presenter Piers Morgan has declared his friendship with Donald Trump as 'done', following the mayhem caused by the former US President's response to several crises.
According to Metro UK, the pair became friends after Morgan won Celebrity Apprentice USA in 2008.
They have maintained a close relationship since and Trump often did exclusive interviews for Good Morning Britain, the show Morgan presents, throughout his presidency.
Speaking on the show on Wednesday, Morgan revealed the long-standing friendship was now over saying it was "incredibly disappointing to watch him lose his mind."
"Leaders get tested by events," he began.
"He got hit by three events he got hit by the pandemic, he got hit by the George Floyd killing and he got hit by the election which he refused to accept the result of."
Morgan described the events as "major tests" in which Trump "spectacularly failed."
"It led to this insurrection at the US capitol that I watched with utter horror," he said, adding it "confirmed all the worst predictions from his most severe critics".
He said the ex-president lost his sense of leadership by inspiring a "riot against the heart of American democracy".
"At that point, I was done," he stressed. "That's it, sorry I can't be with someone like that."
Trump was impeached last week for his incitement of violence at the US capitol on January 6.
His impeachment trial has been pushed back to mid-February to allow him time to prepare a defence.
If he loses his impeachment trial he will not be able to run again for a second term as president.
Trump didn't attend US President Joe Biden's inauguration on Thursday and was the first president to do so since 1861, becoming the fourth president to do so in history.
While former Vice-President Mike Pence welcomed the new president to the White House Trump was on his way to Florida.