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This evening on "Piers Morgan Tonight", GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich joins the program for an honest and engaging interview on topics ranging from foreign affairs to energy policy.
On the heels of the recently reported Quran burnings in Afghanistan, the former House Speaker shares his candid opinions on the apologies issued first by President Obama, and then by General John R. Allen.
"Look around the region. Churches get burned in Nigeria. Does anyone apologize? Churches get burned in Egypt. Does anyone get apologized?" asks Gingrich. "There is a one-sided traffic in outrage which we tolerate and frankly we help enable." FULL POST
On the heels of Wednesday's CNN Arizona Republican Presidential Debate, tonight Piers Morgan sits down with Newt Gingrich for an honest and revealing interview.
Joining "Piers Morgan Tonight" from Seattle, Washington, the former House Speaker shares candid commentary on Barack Obama, in regards to the President's views on drilling, and energy policy.
"Well look, the President is a left-wing radical," proclaims Gingrich. "I don't know if you've actually read the president's speech, but it could be on 'Saturday Night Live'." FULL POST
Looking ahead to Sunday's Oscar's, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" rolls out its own red carpet, welcoming famed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
The legendary producer and studio head is up for 10 Academy Award's – including Best Picture – for his film "The Artist," and says a victory this weekend would likely be the sweetest of his illustrious career:
"Probably, because, you know, this is against all odds," he tells Piers Morgan. "This is the biggest gamble, that the company took. It is the most-craziest thing ever." FULL POST
In advance of Sunday's 84th Academy Awards, tonight Piers Morgan welcomes legendary studio head and producer Harvey Weinstein who shares his insights on the world of cinema.
A big-winner a year ago with "The King's Speech," Weinstein's "The Artist" will compete for Oscar in 10 different categories this weekend – including Best Picture – leaving the 59-year-old to think he finally has the Academy figured out:
"I want to tell you one thing, you know, people ask me all the time 'what the secret of the Oscar is...how do you win with those nominations and victories,'" says Weinstein. "And I have to tell you, the new secret, is coming on your show."
This realization offered the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host reinforcement for a conclusion he'd already drawn: FULL POST
On Thursday, Piers Morgan posed this question regarding Sacha Baron Cohen: "Is he... or isn't he... banned from the Oscars?"
"The trouble began when rumors swirled the former 'Borat' star would show up on the red carpet as the title character from his upcoming movie, 'The Dictator'," Piers explained.
Making a comparison to the recently deceased Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi, Baron Cohen explained his motivation for the film: "Colonel Gaddafi was terrifying and a monster, but also laughably hysterical... There will be a lot of people offended by it." FULL POST
On Thursday, Piers Morgan welcomed Sean Stone for a candid, and revealing interview, during which the filmmaker shared his unique perspectives on the Middle East.
The son of legendary director Oliver Stone, young Stone recently converted to Islam while in Iran, and has had meetings and discussions with current Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
When asked why a man of Jewish upbringing would be interested in spending time with a leader who calls the Holocaust a "big deception," Stone offered his stance:
"Regardless if he believes it or not, it does not justify – to our thinking at least – the occupation of the West Bank, and the fact that the Palestinian situation has not been resolved in that region," explained Stone. "I don't care if he believes in the Holocaust. FULL POST
On the heels of Wednesday's CNN Arizona Republican Presidential Debate, on Thursday Piers Morgan welcomed a pair of Democrats to offer reaction and insight.
Former White House Special Counsel Lanny Davis held little back when dissecting the overarching negativity running through the GOP race:
"I think that (Mitt) Romney has rendered himself unelectable in the general election," predicted Davis. "We Democrats are going to have a tough contest but it couldn't be going any better from our perspective watching the Republicans destroy each other with character attacks as opposed to debating the issues."
Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm also sat down on Thursday's edition of "Piers Morgan Tonight." The host of her own program on Current TV, Granholm weighed in on the "religious rhetoric" of Wednesday's debate, sharing concerns with what she refers to as a "war on women's reproductive freedom": FULL POST
Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For February 24, 2012 – Nations to seek cease-fire as slaughter in Syria rages on, 35,000 Postal Service jobs are on the chopping block and an Indiana lawmaker refuses to honor Girl Scouts... FULL POST