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Coming up tonight at 9:00 PM, Piers Morgan sits down with Lanny Davis, legal adviser to the President of Penn State, for a frank interview about politics and Penn State.
The most poignant aspects of the discussion came when the host delved into the trial of Jerry Sandusky. When asked about the impact of the trial, Davis protected the institution—citing its unique ability to mix strong athletics and academic excellence:
“If Mr. Sandusky is convicted, he does not reflect Penn State, as I’ve come to know and love,” Davis says. “He is an aberration.”
Piers asked the lawyer and political commentator how the university should move on from the Sandusky scandal, regardless of the verdict. Davis says they need "to talk about the great things at Penn State" and to “not let themselves be defined by this awful tragedy."
Tune in to "Piers Morgan Tonight" at 9pm EST for more from Davis on the Sandusky trial, negative campaigns and much more.
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