Coming up this evening at 9 p.m., "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia for a rare and candid sit-down interview.
Joining the Court's longest-serving justice in Washington D.C., host Piers Morgan asks his guest to recount his most-contentious case:
"Well, I guess the one that created the most waves of disagreement was Bush v. Gore," says Scalia, referring to the famed United States Supreme Court decision dealing with the dispute surrounding the 2000 presidential election. "That comes up all the time, and my usual response is 'get over it.'"
Noting that it was the Democratic candidate who brought the case into the Courts, Scalia says he hasn't lost any sleep over the result:
"No regrets at all, especially since it's clear that the thing would have ended up the same way anyway," recalls the 76-year-old. "The press did extensive research into what would have happened, if what Al Gore wanted done, had been done, county by county, and he would have lost anyway."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening as the man described as "the intellectual anchor of the Court's conservative wing" is joined by Professor Bryan A. Garner, Scalia's co-author of the new book, "Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts."
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