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March 23rd, 2011
01:11 PM ET

Clips from Last Night: Delattre on France-U.S. relations; Santorum on Obama

On last night's show Piers Morgan interviewed French Ambassador to the U.S. Francois Delattre. Delattre said the U.S. and France is "in very close coordinaton on the same page." In respect to France's actions on Saturday he said, "we had to act, and that's exactly what the French planes did..."

Piers also talked with former Republican Senator Rick Santorum about how Obama is handling the situation in Libya.

"The president hesitated, not even hesitated, he did nothing," Santorum said. "He sort of sat back, made no comment. He really missed an opportunity to be a positive force."

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  1. ronald

    Involving FORMER Republican Senator Rick Santorum in your discussions about anyone is like asking a question to someone not worthy of an audience. Santorum lost his bid for office cause he was a one sided fool.
    Santorum is a sorry excuse for any public office and good he lost.

    March 23, 2011 at 5:57 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. HelenHull102951

    As far as I'm concerned, the French Military is'nt worth a crap and history shows it. They gave up their country in WW11 to the germans and in Viet Nam they got their buts handed to them then called on the US for help then left the mess on our hands, I'm a "Nam Veteran" and because the French pulled out we lost some200 thousand plus troops cleaning up their mess!! And I'll bet they do the same in the Lybian conflict. If Obama breaks his word by puttimg US boots on the ground in Lybia, he's liable to be impeached or shot one. The US GOVERNMENT is sticking their noses in too many middle-eastern problems, and for what? OIL!! And the control of that OIL, OUR TROPPERS DON'T DESERVE TO DIE FOR SOMETHING WE HAVE ENOUGH OF AT HOME.. The Arab League hascalled for this so let them pay with the lives of their men and women and militaryAnd they should foot the bill for every plane and the for all the missles amd bombs that our country has used as wellas the fuel it takes to fly the sorties!! Just like always, Muslims take care of muslims.. This conflict is another waste of US Tax-dollares to be paid for by the US citizens!! My stance is this, if everyone wants "CRAZY MAN GADFFI OUT" then just put a Daisey Cutter in his front pocket and be done with it. "WAM-BAM YOU'RE GONE MAN"!! *Wayne*

    March 24, 2011 at 12:27 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. HelenHull102951

    After that, the people of this country really,really need to put some seriuos thought into asking the OBAMA ADMINISTATION to step down peacefully or by force if nessesary!!! OBAMA AND HILARY CLINTON has ruined our relations with our most important Allies and contiues to do so even today... These are my opinions only and I'll bet the same stands for many Americans to. This Prez is bankrupying our country by over-spending "OUR TAX-DOLLARS" then asking us for more to spend needlessly.. "AMERICA STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS" afterall, millions have died for you to have them. Don't let the Gov take them away!!

    March 24, 2011 at 12:52 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  4. Jack Hoffman

    IDK what the deal is with people hate'n certine countries is about...

    ...I dislike politics of many countries and cant stand some of this country..but why hate?

    Many dislike either Iran or Isreal with a passion....why?
    ...
    If extreme hate doesnt stop...the human race may stop. ‎...if hate doesn't stop the human race may go back to the stone ages.

    I didnt see this show...but I watch most of them.

    The Piers Morgan show seems to be quite level....so I thought that my thoughts maybe good to share.

    March 25, 2011 at 3:55 am | Report abuse | Reply

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