As Washington and Barack Obama continue to aggressively address the scandal surrounding the IRS's inappropriate practice of targeting the Tea Party and other conservative political groups, Donald Rumsfeld joined Piers Morgan in studio for a live, face to face interview.
"Why do you call this 'The Grill'?" blurted Rumsfeld, referencing the host's signature debate segment.
"That's a little arrogant, isn't it? To suggest that you're grilling people as opposed to having a discussion?" asked the former Secretary of Defense.
"I don't think I'll take arrogant lectures from you Donald Rumsfeld," quipped a slightly chagrined Morgan, before ultimately earning Rumsfeld's insight on the IRS scandal.
"Nobody likes it. The people who aren't even targeted don't like it," said the man who served under both the Gerald Ford and George W. Bush administrations. "It's also illegal, anti-democratic and inexcusable and it should be dealt with in a very, very firm way."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Rumsfeld tells Morgan that along with the firing of the acting chief of the IRS, "I think some people may end up going to jail."
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