On Friday evening's "Piers Morgan Tonight", Congressman Chris Van Hollen weighed in on Joe Biden's performance at the Vice Presidential debate on Thursday, Oct. 11. A pleased Van Hollen, who played GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan during Biden's debate prep told Piers Morgan "there wasn't much that the vice president heard from Paul Ryan last night that he hadn't heard over the last four days."
Van Hollen also defended Biden's "malarkey" remark towards Ryan's assertions on foreign policy during the debate:
"I can understand why the vice president was, you know, frustrated with Paul Ryan on foreign policy things because what you see from the Romney/Ryan ticket is a lot of hot air, lot of chest thumping," continued Van Hollen. "But when you ask them what they would do differently on Syria or Iran, there's nothing they would do differently unless, as the vice president said, they're planning to commit U.S. troops or they've decided to take military force which they say they haven't."
Musician and Eagles band member Joe Walsh also sat down with Morgan on Friday and talked about how being sober has changed his life and how he plays music. "I had to learn to do everything that I always did drunk sober," said Walsh. "One thing at a time. Like playing in front of people was terrifying at first without a buzz."
"All of that stuff I was dependent on convinces you that you can't do anything without it," said Walsh. "So you can measure that in terms of a couple of years before you really understand, and you get comfortable sober."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Walsh tells Morgan, "I'm good to go. I'm back and I'm comfortable sober."
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