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January 10th, 2012
12:34 PM ET

Clips From Last Night: Ed Burns on making a low-budget film; Jack Welch explains why he supports Mitt Romney

Piers Morgan sat down with actor Ed Burns last night to talk about his new film "Newlyweds" and to discuss how quickly the film making business is changing. "What's exciting is the playing field has been leveled," Burns said. "Now these kids can get in and they can make a great looking film. That point of entry is so low."

Piers also talked with Mitt Romney supporter Jack Welch to find out why exactly he supports Romney:

"He's fixed all kinds of things," Welch said. "He really is perfect."

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  1. Patrick Lair

    The most money, and the best liar will be president. History repeats it's it self.

    January 11, 2012 at 2:49 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. cheryl

    Why is PMT not being shown in South Africa today? And why is it not being shown on weekends – Sat, Sun & Mon?
    It is the one program that is more informative, more entertaining, and very sincere, clean and professional. Please bring it back and show it at 14:00 CAT time, please? Thank you.

    January 11, 2012 at 7:35 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. tom meiss

    Peres et all, TERM LIMITS TERM LIMITS.....the reason little gets done in Washington is because we don't have term limits. IIf Obama invented the cure for cancer, the republican party would say it was a bad idea. The reality is that no matter which party holds the office it cannot support the other parties ideas least that party go up in the polls. We have to get our presidents in for one term, be it 5 or 6 years. Think about it. We could get to solutions instead of trying to stay in office.

    January 12, 2012 at 12:54 am | Report abuse | Reply
  4. Pat

    Your interview with Jack Welch was not hard hitting nor informative. We only learned that you are in augh when it comes to Jack Welch and wife.
    Jack Welch is part of the problem that almost destroyed America. He is not part of the solution. The likes of Jack Welch moved the manufacturing strength of America overseas for the purpose of making "easy" profit. Can it be believed that China and India are now leading the world in manufacturing all based on innovations created in America and the western world, when they were third world countries in the early 80's?
    Jack Welch went on and on yesterday on the issue of eliminating regulations on american businesses as the problem in job creation. What regulations did he refer to? Did he refer to pollution, or respecting the american worker, or regulations to do with honesty?
    I am sorry. I was not impressed yesterday. Jack Welch is not a Hollywood star. Jack Welsh is a politician and not a magician. The people who like "firings" are the people that have not done their homework before making decisions. They are the non-compassionate part of society (the 1%). Jack Welch got where he is because of timing and connections. I have no respect whatsoever for people that ship jobs overseas and lay people off here in America. Being patriotic is not only about wearing a flag lapelle pin; it is about serving your country and helping move your country forward.

    January 12, 2012 at 8:45 am | Report abuse | Reply
  5. Movies Movies

    That is a very good tip especially to those new to the blogosphere. Simple but very accurate info… Thanks for sharing this one. A must read article!

    March 23, 2012 at 1:28 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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