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First interview on the "Piers Morgan Tonight" set: Condoleezza Rice
January 10th, 2011
05:47 PM ET

First interview on the "Piers Morgan Tonight" set: Condoleezza Rice

Here's your first look at the new "Piers Morgan Tonight" set, taken after Piers Morgan interviewed former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, for a show airing January 19. We'll have more information about the interview – including previews and behind-the-scenes video – coming soon.

For a larger picture of the entire set, here's a TwitPic from our Executive Producer Jonathan Wald. Also, you can follow "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Twitter and Facebook for more behind-the-scenes images and video.

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  1. JohnLee

    I'm really looking forward to see this interview. I would really like to see the Condi away from the political spotlight.

    January 14, 2011 at 4:19 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. lovethelight

    14 of the 19 9/11 hijackers were Saudi Nationals and their leader was a Saudi Prince named Osama Bin Laden. Why didn't you bring up the fact that our nation, the United States of America was attacked by 16 Saudis on 9/11? Why are you continuing to remain as part of the silent media on this issue? Do you know why we went to war with Iraq? We went to war with Iraq to take the heat off of Saudi Arabia after 14 of their people, lead by the son of their leader, Osama Bin Laden, attacked our civilian population. The leader of the 9/11 hijackers was Saudi royalty and most of the men who used planes to attack our civilian population that were from Saudi Arabia. Why in the hell didn't you bring that up? Your no better then the rest of the US media who only pretend to care about getting at the truth. You're no better the any other hollywood pretender.

    January 19, 2011 at 10:25 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Maj (R) Gendron

    Amazing that this women who should be in a jail for life guilty of war crimes can get an interview like this. Why didn't Piers ask about the early July 2001 brief of Al Queda planning a "spectacular attack" with "mass casualties", the first of 2 briefs to the Bushies before 911, both ignored.... leading to 9/11, 2 wars, the next greatest depression... and surely a record validating the worst president in our history. No wonder that Dumya couldn't figure out how to say that fool me twice line! Major media, please quit catoring to these war criminals! Water torture is not a political prerogative regadless of ho many time Cheney said so! Have some principles Piers! America, please stand up to the values that made us great, not the vales of eh teabaggers!

    November 2, 2011 at 8:45 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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