On Tuesday, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed back conservative columnist and author Jonah Goldberg for a live sequel to their spirited initial interview.
Originally appearing Monday April 30th, Goldberg said of the experience at the time: "You're cross-examining me. You're not interviewing."
In last nights follow up, the pair of personalities revisited their first meeting:
"Piers, here's the thing: I agreed with you, more than once," insisted Goldberg. "But you seem to want to put me into a box, turn me into a straw man that I am not, and say that somehow I was arguing."
Thinking the host was taking credit for overpowering him in their previous bout, the guest used the rematch to clarify:
"I said you tried to bully me, I didn't say you bullied me," Goldberg pointed out. "You kept interrupting me, you wouldn't let me answer questions, you asked me these sort of fake questions asked on false premises. And then you wouldn't let me answer them or clear the air. I think that's evidence for people who watched the actual video."
Also on the program, Piers Morgan invited comedian and actor Jon Lovitz for a live, face to face discussion.
Widely known as a cast member of NBC's "Saturday Night Live," the 54-year-old has been in the news of late for his outspoken criticism of Barack Obama.
Appearing on “The ABC’s of SNL” podcast with director Kevin Smith, Lovitz blasted the president for his take on taxes. On Tuesday, he followed up for Morgan.
"This whole idea of this one percent versus the 99 percent, it's a false static," said the film and commercial veteran. "He's creating a false class warfare in a country where there is no class structure. Anybody can be going from being broke, to being wealthy."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as both the author and actor discuss politics and finance on the backdrop of the current campaign, and upcoming election.
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