Morgan began the interview, which will air on Sunday, by pointing out that Britain First were "racist" and "fascist". "It's very, very tough", Trump said, according to Morgan's articleÂ for the Daily Mail, a United Kingdom newspaper with a global online audience.
It's remarkable that Trump went as far as he did toward an apology at all, given his usual refusal to ever back down in the face of criticism. "I'm for women, I'm for men, I'm for everyone".
He responded by saying: "If you are telling me they're horrible people, horrible, racist people, I would certainly apologise if you'd like me to do that".
Morgan interviewed Trump in May 2016 for Good Morning Britain during the USA election campaign.
The brash billionaire said he didn't know the far-right group were "horrible, racist people" and admitted he shouldn't have retweeted messages from them.
"I'm for women, I'm for men, I'm for everyone", the president said.
"We're on the same wavelength, I think, in every respect". Other than I read a little bit.
"I know nothing about them". I was running against a woman and I'm winning all of these categories, ' Trump said. "Women have the best unemployment numbers that they've had in 17 years", he said.
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"He was very scathing about the European Union - he said his own dealing with the European Union had been pretty problematic and he actually gave a stark warning that he is coming after them on trade".
The hour-long interview will air on ITV later today.
"Even when I left [US news channel] CNN and had no immediate way of helping him in terms of media exposure in America, he stayed in touch".
"And I think it will turn out to be very much to their detriment". Very special people and a very special place. "The real me is someone who loves Britain, loves the United Kingdom ..."
"They love my sense of security, they love what I'm saying about many different things".
He supported Trump's presidential campaign, interviewing him once for "Good Morning Britain, " and has been one of his strongest British defenders since he took office.
One added: 'Great Piers Morgan question to Trump: "Are you actually lying in bed with your phone working out how to wind everyone up"'. He tells Piers Morgan (another giant meatball) 'No, I wouldn't say I'm a feminist.