As "Guest Host Week" continues on "Piers Morgan Tonight," this evening Harvey Weinstein takes a turn in the chair as the latest industry insider to fill in for Piers Morgan.
A legendary media mogul, with a resume that features both Academy and Tony Awards, Weinstein will be joined by former President of the United States Bill Clinton.
On the heels of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on super-sized soft drinks, Clinton offers his reaction:
"I think he's doing the right thing," reveals the nation's 42nd commander-in-chief. "For the first time, Type II Diabetes is showing up in nine-year-olds, and among the baby boomers, who are retiring."
Himself having recently adopted a vegan diet after health concerns earlier in life, the 65-year-old explains the dangers of soda:
"It's basically too much sugar going into the body, we can't process it all. So, if you get rid of these giant, full of sugar drinks, and make people have smaller portions, it will help."
Tune in this evening at 9 p.m., as the renowned studio head and world-famous politician delve deeper into such topics as health care, the escalating situation in Syria, and the future plans of the guest's wife, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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