Last night Piers Morgan brought on a panel of experts to talk about Arnold Schwarzenegger's scandal. Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen is a friend of Maria Shriver's and shared her thoughts on the situation. "She wanted to make sure that whatever happened they knew first and that they were protected," Rosen said of Shriver's children. When Schwarzenegger ran for governor of California in 2003 he was accused of sexual misconduct with several women. Rosen said "he worked extremely hard in that campaign to deny charges." Donny Deutsch posed the question, "When are we going to stop being shocked when men of power, when men of stature, when men of fame also chase women?"
Piers also sat down with David and Susan Axelrod to talk about their cause, Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE)...
The Axelrod's daughter, Lauren, has epilepsy which caused them to want to learn more about the disease. "It put tremendous pressure on us," David said. "Epilepsy not only affects the person who has it but it has a tremendous impact on the rest of the family."
To learn more about CURE and to get involved go to their website Cure Epilepsy.