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March 2nd, 2012
02:24 PM ET

Clips From Last Night: Remembering Andrew Breitbart

In the aftermath of the tragic and shocking death of Andrew Breitbart, on Thursday evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed a host of guests to help remember the conservative blogger.

A member of Piers Morgan's usual political panel, Breitbart passed away at the age of 43, less than two days after appearing on the program along with Carol Roth and Amy Holmes:

"After our show, Tuesday night, when I got home, and it was very late as you well know, I emailed Andrew, and I teased him, and I said: 'you know you're very sedate with Piers,'" recalled Holmes. "'We want that Andrew belly laugh,' and that's a side of Andrew that I hope that people got to see."

Roth, meanwhile, remembered a main of convictions, and controversy: "If you're out there doing amazing things, you're going to be divisive. He was not plain vanilla. He was always somebody who was pushing buttons."

Earlier in the program, CNN contributor Dana Loesch joined Morgan to add her insight into Breitbart's passing. A longtime friend and colleague of the author, Loesch admitted to knowing "that there were some health concerns," and spoke to Breitbart's intense lifestyle:

"He lived life to the fullest, he was always on the go, always very busy, so, obviously, quite a shock."

Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as friends and colleagues reflect upon the passing of Andrew Breitbart.
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  1. Jim

    God don't like ugly.

    March 3, 2012 at 11:19 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Lynnsey Bauman

    Cheers to Piers Morgan for bringing out the TRUTH of who and what the Republican Party has evolved into: HATERS. The comical irony of the Republican Party is they claim "government in anybody's life is bad", yet the Republican Party clearly and repeatedly demonstrates to all that they want to control the masses by saddling them with poverty, judgement, and no chances of equality in any form. Also, it is people like Rush Limbaugh, Rick Santorum, and Mitt Romney's clan that fail to recognize that women are ALSO children of God and are created equal in the eyes of God. HATERS of women, gays and minorities it is far too obvious that the Republicans will soon have child labor and concentration camps whille they roll by in their limosines and throw out leftover bread crumbs with their trash for all. Thank you Piers- keep asking the questions that so many women, so many Americans want to bust the Republican HATERS on!!!

    March 7, 2012 at 12:39 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • Tim

      Sure Lynnsey, republicans will have child labor. That is a logical statement backed up by facts. How can we have child labor when the liberal left kills babies before they are even born? Why is it so hard for people to admit that there are millions of republicans out there that aren't rich? Take the greater majority of the military. Think they are all rich? The majority of them are conservative in nature to and relate more with the republican party. For some reason people believe that no rich person supports the Democrats. It is asinine to think that. Big money companies are behind every politician in one way or another. Granted they may be different companies and banks, but don't be naive and think that republicans are the only ones that are friends with them. Which party voted for and passed all those bailouts for banks and companies? Think that helped any middle class out significantly? The liberals have done a great job and emotionalizing all the issues and making people believe that they are the innocent good guys. That is a fact.

      March 1, 2013 at 3:10 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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