On the heels of Sunday's sit-down conversation with President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on Monday evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" invited Steve Kroft to share his first-hand insight and perspective on two of the most sought after interview subjects in the world. Discussing the political future of the outgoing Clinton, the award-winning journalist and longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent offered his predictions regarding a possible 2016 push for the presidency.
"If she's healthy, I think she'll run," said Kroft. "If she's feeling good and she continues to age well, I think she'll run."
"But, you know, that's sort of the unknown," continued Kroft. "She's 65. And I think it just depends on how she feels and whether she thinks that she has the energy. Not just to be president for four years but to go through the campaign that she would have to go through to maybe not get the nomination, maybe get the nomination, but to get elected."
Meanwhile, Monday also saw conservative radio host Dana Loesch return for a visit with Piers Morgan, and this time she produced props, using a gas station lighter to demonstrate the difference between an AR-15 and the military equivalent M-16 rifle.
"If you're trying to somehow equate AR-15s with machine guns, the two are completely different," said Loesch, while igniting the plastic weapon replica. "The difference between a fully automatic, an M-16, which is the military style, is that you hold the trigger."