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He's pro-choice, and against medical marijuana. But above all, Rudy Giuliani doesn't believe in welching on a bet.
As such, the former New York City mayor appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" Monday night, diligently handing Jimmy Fallon one hundred dollars.
"I lost a bet, I lost a bet, what can I do," laughed Giuliani, as he joined Piers Morgan on Tuesday.
Initially, the former Republican presidential candidate went on the record to say that Fallon would never land in the host's chair of America's most iconic late night program.
But as the "Saturday Night Live" alum settles into his new gig, Giuliani proudly paid his penance and feels it is well spent:
"For me, it was a couple of things. First of all, coming back to New York. When Johnny Carson left New York, I was heartbroken. Anybody that left New York, I was always opposed to," admitted the man who led the nation's largest city for eight years. "I loved going on the [David] Lettermann show because Letterman stuck with New York. I think it's fabulous that he's brought it back to New York. This is the place you should have these shows. We have a lot more interesting people to interview than the West Coast."
Watch the clip for more of Morgan's interview with Rudy Giuliani, including his analysis of Fallon as a host, and a television talent, and for the next edition of "Piers Morgan Live," watch CNN every night at 9.
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