In the aftermath of Monday's final presidential debate, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Attorney General of Delaware Beau Biden and his unique blend of measured candor and inside insight.
Piers Morgan asks the eldest son of current Vice President Joe Biden for his reaction to Barack Obama admitting dissent within the White House.
"Those decisions generally – generally are not poll-tested," Obama revealed Monday night, referring to him giving the order to go after Osama bin Laden. "Some in my own party, including my current vice president, had the same critique as you did."
After rolling the clip of that moment of the debate, Morgan offers his own reaction, then asks the same of his guest:
"I was shocked by that, he didn't need to say that," insists the host. "That's his vice president, it wasn't very loyal, was it?"
"I think what the president was referring to was, statements during the 2008 debate about how we - and whether or not we would go into Pakistan to get bin Laden," answers the 43-year-old.
With all debates now in the books and the election itself only two weeks away, the younger Biden shares details of his father's commitment to the commander-in-chief:
"There's no loyal - more loyal person in my life that I've known, than the vice president, my father. And the partnership that he has with the President of the United States is as rock-solid as it could be," says the Delaware Army National Guard Major and Iraq War veteran. "My father is a great partner to him. The President of the United States is lucky to have my dad at his side because he's the most loyal person I know."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 as the father of two further explains the relationship between his own dad and the president.
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