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April 3rd, 2012
11:48 AM ET

Clips From Last Night: Mark Fields of Ford Motor Company on moving jobs back to the U.S.; Rick Santorum looks ahead to May

Mark Fields, President of The Americas for Ford Motor Company joined Piers Morgan last night to discuss the company's successful recovery and continued growth including an astounding 20 billion dollar profit for the company last year.

Fields talked with Piers about the auto giant's efforts to move more of their production jobs back to the United States: "We actually are bringing jobs back home," Fields said. "We are bringing jobs back from China. We're bringing jobs back from Japan. We're bringing some jobs back from Mexico and literally over the next three to four years, we're adding about 12,000 jobs. The majority of them are hourly, some of them are salaried workforce."

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum also sat down with Piers Morgan last night to talk about his win in Louisiana for the Republican presidential primary. Santorum remarked that March was a "good month" with "11 state wins" for his campaign team and predicts that although April will be a tough month with fewer conservative states, he foresees big wins in May.

"May is rich with delegates and are strong states for us," Santorum said. "States like Texas and Arkansas and Kentucky, and Indiana, West Virginia, North Carolina. Those are the states that we know we can get this back right back to where it is right now, which is a lot closer than what Mitt Romney and the - and the pundits are spinning. It's a very close race and by the end of May, we expect this race to be - to be very close to even."

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  1. bornagainmyspace

    CNN Hate Speech and Bigots

    We have more Christians dying around the world today, than ever before in history because of CNN bigots. But we have more hate speech from CNN Erin Burnett and John Avlon on the CNN Network.

    OutFront Video on 4/02/2012

    http://cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/us/2012/04/03/talat-take-a-look-at-this-4-3-12.cnn.html

    Erin Burnett and John Avlon said that Christians are bigots and the Holy Bible has more Hateful statements than Koran. How many more Christians mush die, before the CNN bigots and CNN hate speech against Christians and the Bible will end. CNN Hosts Erin Burnett and John Avlon needs to be fired. CNN needs to Apologize to the Christians who are dying around the world, for the Word of God.

    We have sent over 50.000 emails out, in the past 24 hours. We also have Christian News Networks working on the story. This will never end until Erin Burnett and John Avlon are fired and CNN apologize to Christians for the Hate speech. http://biblestudyspace.com

    April 3, 2012 at 4:00 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Veda

    Lets say for the sake of argument that Trevon did break his nose. I would think that Trevon may have been fearful that he was being followed by a stranger and was trying to protect himself.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:15 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Veda

    So Trevon just randomly wanted to pick a fight with Zimmerman for no reason (I think not). How is it self defense if Zimmerman was the agressor....Following a young man....pulling out a gun instead of using his fist...shooting an unarmed youth...all he had to do was call the police...walk away... and leave the young man alone.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:24 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  4. John Martabano

    Piers, your arguments with Zimmerman's attorneys showed how biased and wrong you are in reporting on this case.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:32 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  5. Stefan Omansky

    Shame on Piers Morgan: His shameless bias in his interviews on Trayvon Martin shattered his image in my eyes. He came out of the gate out shocking convinced of George Zimmerman's guilt without knowing the facts, then as they emerge willfully distorting them. He insisted in interview with Zimmerman brother that in fact he does hear a racial slur implying his brother's denial of that is unreasonable! Now that the latest sound experts have come out that there was no racial slur where is Piers retraction or admission he insisted he heard what now apparently does not exist.
    Piers continues crying out HOW IS IT THAT GEORGE ZIMMERMAN KILLED WAS NOT ARRESTED! As Ted Nughent replied, Piers you knows very well that Zimmerman WAS ARRESTED! How irresponsible is it for Piers to feign ignorance of what arrest means – deprived of personal liberty of movement Piers shows the tape of Zimmerman handcuffed and taken into police custody. And still attempted to get by Ted sking the question that incites hatred and fomenting bias: WHY WAS GEORGE ZIMMERMAN NOT ARRESTED?
    Are there any standards on CNN? Has it has lost all its previous credibility? Anderson Cooper is no better perhaps worse.
    NOW they are all back pedaling their language which would be respectable if the station had the integrity to acknowledge the depravity of their original bias.
    The broadcasts are a permanent record of the low level of journalistic integrity CNN has sunk to. I used to like Piers but now see through that accent to the Sun's page 3 tabloid journalism.

    April 6, 2012 at 1:44 am | Report abuse | Reply
  6. kafantaris2

    It is time that we look at the Trayvon Martin killing for what it is - a criminal homicide, only incidental to race. One cannot draw a much different conclusion by listening to the cries for help heard in the recorded 911 calls.
    Even without them, however, it seems improbable that a confident, stocky-build man, with a gun in his holster, would need to beg for help - notwithstanding the claims of Zimmerman, his father and his brother. Our understanding of human nature and common sense tells us that such cries would come from someone who is severely threatened and acutely aware of his imminent death.
    Any doubts of this are removed by merely listening to those multiple “help, help” pleas loud enough to be picked up during the 911calls. Aside from their heart-wrenching intensity, we also note that these cries go on for over a minute. Was Zimmerman telling Martin during that time that he was about to pull the trigger? Why else would Martin need to plead for help with such desperation?
    If Zimmerman was threatening to shoot Martin in those two minutes before we hear the shot, what we have then is a cold blooded murder – and by one clever enough to now use our racial divide to get away with it. We should see through this tactic and not let him do so. Not only because such defense would further divide us, but also because an unrepentant criminal would get away with murder.

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    April 7, 2012 at 2:57 am | Report abuse | Reply
  7. Yeye

    Now that George Zimmerman has finally been areretsd will his supporters let the wheels of justice run it course , or will they continue to cry foul? No more he's being tried in the media? Zimmerman is innocent because Trayvon was a violent thug? Will they use the same tired meme of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson need to address black and black crime, and the Stand your groung law is a good thing? Oh, and let's not forget their old favorite, George Zimmerman would not have been areretsd if Obama hadn't stuck his nose into everything.I can only imagine that they are still hoping for a race riot if Zimmerman is found innocent. But we shall see how this all plays out. It is Florida after all that's the scary part.

    May 20, 2012 at 6:50 pm | Report abuse | Reply
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