Piers Morgan comes in 4th for most searched Google person of 2016

When a bunch of pages about Piers Morgan coming after Ivanka Trump were the hottest thing on Google, maybe that means the debate he started on Ivanka Trump have sparked something positive

This year UK newspaper the Daily Mail (the US based MailOnline is published by Associated Newspapers) crunched the numbers, ranked from no. 1 to no. 4, according to Google Search data, and crowned Donald Trump president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, as the most-Googled person of 2016.

For comparison, CNN journalist, Piers Morgan, was ranked fourth in a Google Play poll on what was the most-Googled person in 2017.

Here is the Daily Mail’s list:

1. Ivanka Trump

2. Melania Trump

3. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

4. Piers Morgan

So, Piers Morgan might not rank as high as The Donald’s daughter, but who said any one thing was right or wrong?

When a bunch of pages about Morgan coming after Trump were the hottest thing on Google maybe that means the debate he started on the issue have sparked something positive.

Here’s a look at some of Piers Morgan’s controversial subjects that had people talking, on the news and on social media:

Here are a few of Piers Morgan’s Twitter posts:

Last Valentine’s Day I know a Prince from today- Piers Morgan https://t.co/kE8l7TuxT4 pic.twitter.com/Ky85lWNzIK — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 10, 2017

It’s a family affair for Piers Morgan and on Father’s Day he said it’s a miracle his son was alive pic.twitter.com/BRx1exA7Br — The Independent (@Independent) June 19, 2017

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