https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/reali...rs-morgan-ross-greer-tweet-winston-churchill/ Good Morning Britain's Piers Morgan calls guest "revolting" in heated Churchill debate "It makes me sick to my stomach." Piers Morgan has called a Good Morning Britain guest "revolting" in a heated debate about Winston Churchill. The opinionated host and his co-anchor Susanna Reid welcomed Scottish MSP Ross Greer on Tuesday's show (January 29), who sparked controversy last week with a tweet in which he called former British prime minister Winston Churchill "a white supremacist mass murderer". Below is the tweet in question: Once again for the people in the back: Churchill was a white supremacist mass murderer https://t.co/wlOhhnJEms — Ross Greer (@Ross_Greer) January 25, 2019 Related: Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid says Piers Morgan 'targets her personally' in their on-screen rows Appearing on the show today, Morgan vehemently defended the deceased politician. "There's a younger generation... who decide to twist history to suit a narrative that people like Winston Churchill are evil people who should be condemned," he said. "You have not presented a single positive thought process about Winston Churchill at all. ‘Churchill was a white supremacist mass murderer’ - @Ross_Greer, Green Party MSP In a fiery debate, @piersmorgan and @susannareid100 discuss Ross Greer’s controversial comments about Winston Churchill. #GMB pic.twitter.com/pwNhlmLhty — Good Morning Britain (@gmb) January 29, 2019 "You are saying the man who saved us from the Nazis was no better than the Nazis themselves." To Greer, he added: "You know what I find revolting, you. I find what you said about Winston Churchill and your sneering, smirking performance today as you denigrate this great national icon, I find you revolting and you offensive. "It makes me sick to my stomach." Greer – who at one point in the debate called Morgan a "snowflake" – described Churchill as a "complex character", but acknowledged he showed "strong leadership" during the war. And when Morgan asked Greer directly: "Do you believe that Winston Churchill was any better than a Nazi?" towards the end of their debate, Greer asserted: "Of course he was." Also berating Greer's choice of words, Reid even seemed to agree with Piers for once, adding: "No-one is denying that every historical hero should be scrutinised, but the use of the language is so offensive." First time for everything, we suppose. Was Greer right in his characterization of Churchill as a "Nazi"? Personally I don't agree at all. Churchill was an imperialist, a believer in white racial supremacy, in developed races ruling over undeveloped, and someone who believed in eugenics. To describe him as a "Nazi" however, is in my view a step too far. What do others think?