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Barely one month removed from the horrific tragedy that left 20 children dead within the walls of their Sandy Hook Elementary School, on Tuesday evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" invites a studio audience, and a collection of insightful and opinionated guests, to share their feelings on the firearm debate, and offer reactions to a potential nationwide ban on assault weapons.
As specific details from Joe Biden's package of gun-control proposals are beginning to trickle out of Washington, the Vice President's son – Beau Biden – will join host Piers Morgan live from Delaware.
Tuesday's appearance by the Attorney General of Delaware marks a return to the program, as in the past the V.P.'s eldest son has shared his opinions on everything from the Republican position on national security, to his father's loyalty towards President Obama.
In addition to Biden, Morgan will also welcome Ben Shapiro back to the program, for an encore to an initial visit that was equal parts compelling and contentious.
Toting a tiny version of the U.S. Constitution for Morgan to read, the man who is celebrating his 29th birthday on Tuesday accused the host of "dancing on the graves" of the children who perished in Newtown, and suggested that civilians need access to assault weapons "for the prospective possibility of resistance to tyranny."
Joining Biden, and Shapiro, "Piers Morgan Tonight" will also welcome Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, as well as school shootings and mass shooters expert Dr. James Fox.
Tune in at 9 p.m. as "Piers Morgan Tonight" continues to use it's platform to shine a spotlight on the most-polarizing issue presently facing America.
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