Donald Trump talks to Piers Morgan tonight for the hour, and the conversation moves from China to Gov. Rick Perry and birther beliefs. But Trump also reveals his surprising take on the Occupy Wall Street movement. "I sort of think it's cool," he says. "There's something I like about it."
But Trump is worried about how it affects business: "They've been there a long time, and perhaps they shouldn't be allowed to stay that long. A lot of decisions have to be made, because it's getting bigger and bigger and businesses are very much being affected." Watch the full interview tonight, 9pmET/PT.
"Steve Jobs" biographer Walter Isaacson was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, and he talked about the Apple founder. While everyone can agree he was a genius...was he likable? "He's a risk-taker, a gambler, charismatic, compelling," Isaacson told Piers Morgan. But: "If somebody said something stupid, instead of saying 'I'm not sure I agree with you' he'd say 'that's the stupidest blank-blank-blank idea I've ever heard.'"
Isaacson also described Jobs' relationship with his daughter, and his father: FULL POST
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For October 27, 2011 – Occupy Wall Street protesters march in solidarity, death toll rise from Turkish quake... FULL POST