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Piers Morgan interviewed several politicians and experts about the death of Osama bin Laden, and what it means for the future of the U.S., Pakistan and al-Qaeda on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night. One, journalist Bob Woodward, talked about Osama as "Chairman." "I don't think he was the CEO, Chief Executive Operating Officer, of this organization," said Woodward. "It's been described to me as more Chairman of the Board. Knew what was going on but not giving direct orders."
Also, Rudy Giuliani described President Obama's visit to New York City on Thursday:
"It was a very intense, very emotional day," said Giuliani. "It was a chance to recognize all of these firefighters and police officers. I particularly enjoyed having lunch with the firefighters, and President Obama...I had this sense that they had respect for him because he made a courageous decision."