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Piers Morgan Taunts Attackers Calling For His Deportation

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MAY 04:  Televison Personality Piers Morgan on stage at BritWeek 2012's 'An Evening With Piers Morgan, In
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MAY 04: Televison Personality Piers Morgan on stage at BritWeek 2012's 'An Evening With Piers Morgan, In Conversation With Jackie Collins' benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on May 4, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

If Piers Morgan is losing sleep over the tens of thousands of people calling for him to be deported from the United States, it's not showing.

In fact, the CNN host appears to be positively reveling in the attention he's getting for his impassioned stance on gun control. So far, over 90,000 people have signed the White House petition demanding his ejection from the country.

In a tweet on Friday, Morgan took the broader view:

Still, American anti-Morganites can find solace in the fact that, at the moment, their enemy has -- in the words of Mitt Romney -- self-deported to England for a vacation.

That will, of course, sadden the British wing of the anti-Morganites, who have their own petition demanding that he be kept in the United States, which creates the possibility that Morgan will be left floating somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean as both countries strive to have the other one take him, but we digress.

As Morgan informed an irate tweeter:

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