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Piers Morgan sat down with Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher last night for their first interview as a couple. They talked marriage, politics, and their passions. They started the DNA Foundation in January of 2010 after visiting with a girl who was trafficked into the United States. "If the average age of entry is 13," Kutcher said, "what 13-year-old girl is choosing this as their profession. And does a 13-year-old really have that choice?"
We also heard from "Nicole," a teenager trafficked at the early age of 13. She shared her story and gave advice to other young women that may be in the same situation. "I would tell them to go to an adult that is trust worthy, and that would listen to them," she said. "And I just want to tell them that it's not worth it. And they'll be OK at the end of the day if they just try to get help."
"If there's one thing that I can say to Nicole," Ashton said, "it's that I won't judge you for what somebody else did to you."
Of Pres. Barack Obama: "I think he came into something turbulent," Moore said. "And I think he's also faced a lot of opposition to, you know, positive changes. He's a human being and nothing and no human being is perfect."