As the debate over the use of U.S. drones against al Qaeda and its allies works its way into the national conversation, on Thursday evening Piers Morgan welcomes a gentleman he deems to be the perfect guest to discuss such a topic, Rudy Giuliani.
Not disagreeing with the practice of using "Unmanned Aerial Vehicles" to attack enemies of the United States, the former mayor of New York City calls for precision:
"It has to be done very carefully, very uniquely," cautions Giuliani. "You have to be one hundred percent sure you've got the right person and you're not making a mistake."
Saying that he "probably agree[s] with the decisions that President Obama made" [to use drones], tonight's guest tells the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host however, that he takes exception with what he feels is an inconsistency in perception thanks to partisan politics:
"If this had been done by George Bush, or any other Republican, we'd be talking about hearings before Congress, we'd have some people talking about impeachment," he says. "For the life of me, I can't figure out why George Bush got so much heat for water boarding three people, and President Obama has killed scores of people."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Giuliani explains why he prefers intense interrogation to fatal attacks when it comes to treatment of those perceived to wish harm for the United States.
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