Michael Moore was the guest tonight for the live "Piers Morgan Tonight" town hall, with a full studio audience. The discussion of the 99% led to a discussion of the 1% – and whether Moore was part of it. "How could I be in the 1%?" he told Piers Morgan, refuting the claim. "I do really well, but what's the point though?"
Moore continued: "Even though I do well, I don't associate myself with those who do well. I am devoting my life to those who have less."
Tonight’s episode of “Piers Morgan Tonight” is a show for every American. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Democrat or Republican. It doesn’t matter if you support President Obama or will be voting for the next GOP candidate. It doesn’t matter if you’re teacher, a doctor, a janitor, a banker, a mother, a father or in my case, a producer.
If you are part of the 99% or know someone who is, tonight's "Piers Morgan Tonight," live at 9pmET, is for you. FULL POST
Piers Morgan was a guest on CNN Newsroom with Randi Kaye this afternoon to talk about tonight's "Occupy Piers Tonight" town hall with Michael Moore – and a live studio audience. "I want to get to the heart and soul of what Occupy Wall Street is all about," said Piers. "What kind of stories do they have?"
But we don't want to only hear from the 99%. "Maybe you work in Wall Street and you're fed up with these protests and believe they are unfair," Piers said. Besides questions from the audience, you can also tweet your questions to Moore during the show by using the #OccupyPiersTonight hashtag tonight, 9pmET.
Actor and musician Harry Connick Jr. was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, and talked about a topic close to his heart: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans. "It was like a nightmare," Connick told Piers Morgan. "There were like 15,000 people at the Convention Center...there were people having seizures, there were people without medication."
Connick also talked about his wife: FULL POST
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