On Wednesday evening, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed filmmaker and documentarian Michael Moore back to the program for his trademark straight-talk commentary and unique political insight.
Earlier in the afternoon, New Jersey's Chris Christie hosted Barack Obama, as the pair toured parts of the Garden State, surveying the damage stemming from Superstorm Sandy. As the governor and president generally sit on opposite sides of the aisle, Moore noted how odd it felt seeing the pair so united:
"It was kind of shocking to see Governor Christie over and over and over again, on show after show after show, heighten his love each time he went on a different show, for President Obama," said Moore.
Over the past year, the public relationship between the governor and the president has been less than cordial, with Christie, as described by Morgan, "burying – verbally – President Obama." Traditionally a staunch Mitt Romney advocate, one wonders how the recent kinship between the Democratic president and GOP surrogate might play politically:
"I think Governor Christie and President Obama both looked very sincere and very concerned," said Moore. "And the cynic would say, what did Mitt Romney do in the last couple of weeks to piss off Governor Chris Christie, because this - because he didn't - he [Christie] didn't have to go the extra mile or actually extra ten miles that he went."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as "Piers Morgan Tonight" continues to detail the devastation and recovery efforts underway in New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy.
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