Following the dramatic recall vote in Wisconsin, on Wednesday "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcome a host of expert analysts and political news makers to help break down it's impact.
Hosting Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Piers Morgan suggested the victory by incumbent Governor Scott Walker held widespread significance for the Republican Party. The Democrat from Florida did not see it that way:
"We came up short, but at the same - of the ultimate goal, which was to make sure that Governor Walker couldn't adopt his extremist policies and continue to hurt middle class and working families," allowed Wasserman Schultz. "But apparently succeeded in slipping the State Senate. The State Senate is likely to be controlled by the Democrats."
As part of an interview in which Morgan "challenges DNC boss," according to "Politico," the host pressed on:
"You keep calling him this extremist who everyone apparently is terrified of but the reality is he won. He won pretty convincingly."
Furthering coverage of the battle from the Badger State, Morgan also invited BuzzFeed's Michael Hastings and Ben Smith; to add their insight.
"If you're sitting in Chicago at the Obama campaign headquarters, you're very, very concerned by this loss," surmised Hastings. "It wasn't just a loss, it was a big loss."
“I think this really elevated him to be kind of a folk hero on the right," he said of Walker. "I think you'll see him with a big role at the convention."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Morgan's guests provide further perspective on the Wisconsin recall vote.
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