On the heels of Monday's final presidential debate, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed Newt Gingrich for his incomparable brand of candid commentary, and political perspective.
Joining Piers Morgan via satellite, Gingrich's segment immediately followed an interview with Beau Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden.
Having listened to the younger Biden's analysis of the professional relationship between his father and President Barack Obama, Gingrich shared an observation:
"That was a very good interview. It's amazing to me how Beau Biden is so much more mature than his father," cracked the former House Speaker. "He gives much better interviews, and seems much more in control of himself."
Beau Biden's appearance on the program came in response to Obama using the debate to admit to dissent within the White House, explaining that he gave the order to go after Osama bin Laden, despite even his own vice president disagreeing.
Adding his own insight, Gingrich found Obama's claim to be consistent:
"Look, I think President Obama has a pattern of seeing himself at the center of virtually everything. I'm not surprised by anything he does," said the former Republican presidential candidate. "Obama has this fantasy, he didn't kill bin Laden. The U.S. Navy S.E.A.L.'s did. He didn't find bin Laden, an enormous intelligence effort over a long period did."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Gingrich shares the story of a recent political cartoon he found to be very amusing, and ironically relevant.
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